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In October 2006, Zinhle Thabethe travelled from Johannesburg, South Africa to Camden, Maine Alphachimp Studio Inc to speak at PopTech. HIV positive herself, Zinny came to share how the disease is affecting her, her family and her country. moncler jackets for women More importantly, she came to detail her fight to reverse the course of HIV/AIDS in South Africa and invite others to join her crusade.

At PopTech Zinny found a receptive audience, and a series of organic conversations quickly formed an unlikely alliance between a world-renowned design firm, one of the planet most visible media brands, South African Moncler Outlet foundations and leading mobile technology companies. 

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