From a Brother ....i hereby thanks brothers for life for its proffesional service that they give me and support.I went through the circumsion without any pain.thanks very much for your service i appreciate it
Brothers for Life joins fellow South Africans in celebrating our ambassador Trevor Noah, who is set to replace Jon Stewart in The Daily Show, one of the world's most loved comedy shows. Trevor was one of the first Brothers for Life ambassadors when we launched our manifesto six years ago. He added his voice to define the values that a man should live by.
Former Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates FC left back, Edward Motale may have retired from professional soccer but he hasn't retired from the game of life.
Motale who is affectionately known as "Magents" in football circles has taken his defensive skills to another field where he educates young and old men about the risks of HIV and gender-based violence.
Brothers for Life, in partnership with Lifeline Limpopo, took their Medical Male Circumcision (MMC) campaign roadshows to Matswi village on Friday last week. Local DJs, poets, singers and dancers took to the stage to educate people about the benefits of MMC, show their support for the campaign, and persuade their community to join the movement to create an HIV-free generation.
New MMC Campaign calls on South African men and boys to "ZING"