Bheki Mazibuko

Bheki Mazibuko was known for his love of choral music during his teen years in his kasi of Soshanguve, Pretoria. Not only did he love choral music, he was a choir conductor at the age of 14. While his love of music remains one of his interests, many people today know him as a man who has dedicated his life to fight HIV, especially among men. This is because Mazibuko has been living with HIV for the past 21 years and he has made it his mission to reach every person in his kasi. To date, he has counselled many people who either are living with HIV or felt that they had been exposed to the virus but were scared to test. This 41-year old activist often gives talks to government departments and local NGos about how he has been able to live a productive life since his diagnosis in 1996. Don't miss his courageous story on Ikwekwezi FM during the Brothers Are

About Us

Brothers for Life is a social and well-being movement aimed at mobilising men to take responsibility for their own health. We hope to achieve this by promoting positive male norms and encourage men to test for HIV and undergo Medical Male Circumcision (MMC), actively take a stand against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in their communities.

Our Manifesto

Brothers who stand for responsible relationships
Brothers who stand for responsible parenting
Brothers who stand for responsible behaviour
Brothers who live positively
Brothers who do the right thing
Brothers who stand for life