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Who is there to see that these foreskins are disposed of property? The senator said circumcision had serious side effects for children.
"I have an example of a young Bulawayo boy who was refusing the procedure at Grade 6 last year, but his mother and sister forced him to undergo it since all the boys in his class had done so.
"If I can pair up just 10 people a month and they spend time together at the weekend or go for coffee, then I'd be the happiest woman around." Shaba has also written a book, Secrets of a Woman's Soul, which tells of her relationship with her mother, who died of an Aids-related disease.
She hopes to send girls orphaned by Aids to university with funds raised from the book.
"There's a perception that HIV-positive people are lethal, so there's a fear of being intimate with them," said Shaba "I can be on ARVs and be part of a support group, but you really have to deal with the reality of HIV and Aids at midnight on Valentine's Day.
"A lot of people have shown interest in what I'm doing and my clients have made it very clear that they are happy that someone has started this service." Divide Highly publicised campaigns have been running over the past five years to encourage people to undertake HIV tests, in order to control the spread of the virus.But there have been some unanswered questions as to how those who test positive should continue their lives."It's almost like an us and them, there's an assumption that you're negative, so go and get tested so that you can keep yourself safe from those positive people," said Shaba."He said yes, he would have, so I asked him what the difference is in using a condom to prevent HIV transmission when you know the person's status." Besides the use of anti-retroviral drugs, a positive mental outlook and enjoyment of life is an important factor in extending the lifespan of a person who has the virus.Shaba believes that loneliness and isolation makes it more difficult for people to live healthily with HIV.