Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs have taken time to recognise World Aids Day and to highlight
the dangers of unsafe sexual contact when it comes to this deadly
World AIDS day has taken place on December 1 every year since 1988
and is dedicated to raising awareness of the pandemic caused by the
spread of HIV infection. It is also a time to mourn those who have died
of the disease.
The disease has reportedly wiped out close to 40 million people
globally despite recent improvements in antiretroviral treatments in
many regions of the world.
Nonetheless, the Glamour Boys have issued a statement to their
legion of fans across South Africa promoting the merits of practising
The club's official website said: "Spread love, not HIV. Protect one
another. We remember those that are infected and have been affected by
HIV. World Aids Day 2016."
Chiefs' next assignment on the football pitch is an Absa Premiership clash
with Chippa United on Saturday. The action gets underway from 18:00 at
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth.