Remembering Nkosi Johnson

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Who can forget Nkosi Johnson, the child who impacted many by pushing the boundaries of public perceptions of HIV/Aids. He was 12 when he died in 2001, and at the time, was also the longest-surving child born HIV-positive.
His memory lives on through his mother, Gail Johnson, who runs Nkosi's Haven. Courtesy #DStv403
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South Africa
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south africa, nkosi johnson, hiv, aids