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Bid for 3rd win

Torika Chandra
Thursday, August 14, 2014

CATHEDRAL Secondary School wants to win the Tadra Kahani for the third time tonight at the Vodafone Arena.

With their theme Put an end to the discrimination and stigma surrounding HIV and AIDS - I am still human, the 60-member team is confident its performance will capture the emotions of many.

"People living with HIV and AIDS are a reality of today's life, especially with young people," teacher in charge Tepola Sogotubu said.

"The message is very important to the young people.

"So they know what it is, how people contract it, how they can deal with it and how people who are suffering from HIV and AIDS should be treated so they are not discriminated against."

Preparations for the competition took exactly six weeks, longer than their preparations in the previous two years.








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