Thanduxolo is a family man, with a wife and two children, who has lived with HIV for more than 30 years. He went through a dark phase in his life following his diagnosis in 1991 and being told he had just three months left to live. Despite this, he found a way to break out of his depression and isolation.
Today he lives a healthy life, doing karate with his family or jogging the streets of Brakpan, his home, to keep himself going.
'Being a man in South Africa is taking leadership.'