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Grave diggers
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Creation_date 2008-02-16T22:30:35
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Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/African Pictures/David Larsen
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Subcollections David Larsen
Keywords ceremony,black African people,Africa,South Africa,graveyards,colour image ,sad,burial grounds,Akhona Nontsasa Mngweba,death,AIDS activists,
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Credit Line David Larsen / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
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Description Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 6/2003, . Members of Pietermaritzburg Christian Fellowship, friends and family take it in turn to fill in the grave of a community heroine. Akhona Nontsasa Mngweba was a light of hope to so many who knew her. Having contracted HIV which then developed into full-blown AIDS, against the tide of community opinion which keeps AIDS a secret, Akhona bravely proclaimed she was HIV positive and worked relentlessly to help others come to terms with the disease. . HIV/AIDS, funeral, digging a grave, grave diggers
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Title Grave diggers
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