It is reported that the South African National Department of Health planning to distribute 3 billion scented male condoms, 54 million female condoms and 60 million sachets of lubricant to 4000 sites countrywide in the next three years.
The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), has revealed that there had been a decline in condom use across all age groups and South Africans are becoming promiscuous and less knowledgeable about HIV/AIDS.
Capetalk/702 Redi Tlhabi asked listeners of their thoughts on condom usage and whether they take time to talk to their children about condom use, below are some of the Twitter response:
@RediTlhabi i personally trust no one so its better to be safe all the time...— Swallownest (@Sibusiso_Mbokaz) October 2, 2015
@RediTlhabi. Lets encourage faithfulness in same manner we encourage usage of condoms. Please do read my tweet! Married &faithful.— Mahlako Consulting Group/Trading as RAN (@ImCollinRantoka) October 2, 2015
@RediTlhabi the fact of the matter is people are no longer ignorant in regards to HIV. People are willing to take the risk for pleasure.— Velani Mabuza (@TheBanditss) October 2, 2015
People needs to be taught very well how to use condoms, sometimes it's the misconception that says its much funnier without it @RediTlhabi— Made In Africa (@Mbava_Job) October 2, 2015
@RediTlhabi. Honestly, its very sad when people who have sexually tried to take care of themselves are HIV infected. Its a pity & sorrowful.— Javulani N'wa-Shavani (@javulaniChauke) October 2, 2015
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