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Senakangoeli HIV/AIDS Resource Centre

Phela will launch the Senakangoeli HIV and AIDS Resource Centre on December 6th 2012. Senakangoeli, or “glow-worm” in Sesotho, is seen as an omen of good luck and a bright future, which is what the center hopes to be to the country.


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