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36 pupils are pregnant at a school in South Africa, 31 between the ages of nine and 19 living with HIV


The Health MEC in Limpopo, South Africa, Phophi Ramathu has called on communities to help students who are living with the virus so that they do not give up their treatment.

Phophi Ramathu (pictured) has revealed that 36 students are pregnant in a school in the village of Mulenzhe.

The MEC, which attended schools before a final exam, also said that there is also an increase in new HIV infections at primary and secondary schools.

Ramathu said 31 students between the ages of nine and 19 were now living with the virus, and they asked the community to band together to support them so they would not give up their treatment.

She told students that the government has not appointed midwives to run schools, but teachers to teach the students because there is no room for pregnancy in our schools.

"Time for blame is over, let us exist as a society that has failed to give our children guidance and guidance, and it will take parents, communities, educators, men of clothing, health workers, police, social workers and learners themselves to to cope with these challenges, "Ramathu said.

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