Teboho Motseki

Teboho Motseki (37) is a passionate man whose name is synonymous with HIV activism in his community of Botshabelo, 70 km east of Bloemfontein. He was diagnosed with HIV in 2008. He says that he wasn't surprised about the diagnosis since he had multiple partners and would seldom use protection with them. At first the diagnosis didn't bother him until he started falling sick. That was the turning point. He decided to visit the local clinic where he was advised to start treatment immediately. Since then he has been living a healthy lifestyle which involves fitness, staying with a single partner and always using a condom. He is a well-known activist who usually speaks at community events about HIV and gender-based violence. So be sure you listen to Lesedi FM on Friday @10am to get his full story on Brothers Are Talking Series

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