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Former Miss South Africa Rolene Strauss opens up about her personal story around HIV

Rolene Strauss, the former Miss South Africa and Miss World, who is a mother to two boys, took to her Instagram timeline sharing her personal story around HIV. It’s always significant when public figures use their platform to raise awareness about important issues like HIV.

Rolene Strauss

Rolene Strauss’s decision to share her personal story can help break down stigma and encourage others to have open conversations about HIV prevention, testing, and treatment. Her experience as a mother may also offer a unique perspective on how HIV impacts families and the importance of education and support.

Rolene Strauss

Rolene Strauss’s decision to share her personal experience with HIV, particularly during her time breastfeeding, highlights the importance of access to post-exposure prophylaxis and the need for awareness around HIV prevention in healthcare settings.

Her involvement in the #ForeverWena campaign not only underscores her commitment to raising awareness about HIV but also emphasizes the crucial link between maternal and child health. By joining the campaign, she’s helping to provide support and information to others who may be facing similar challenges or seeking resources related to HIV prevention and care.

Rolene Strauss

It’s wonderful news that Rolene and her husband are expecting their third child together! Their decision to stay in South Africa despite considering other options demonstrates their commitment to their homeland and possibly their optimism for the future. It’s always a significant decision for any family to make, especially considering factors like safety, opportunities, and quality of life.

Rolene’s announcement not only shares her personal joy but also resonates with many who may be facing similar decisions about their own futures.

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

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