The VIH/Sida personnel were on high alert, they tested more than 200 participants during the event. Apprehensive were the patients on entry. They were welcomed and provided with a booklet on the virus, effects and contraception. Once the respective bio data is collected and the patient is ready, a slick needle prick and a drop of blood is placed on the testing slide. The patient has to wait 5 to 10 minutes for the result, for some these were the longest minutes ever. Solofo, a 33 years old, was neurotically pacing the room between the staff and passersby, he simply couldn’t endure the result by himself; ultimately his friends relayed it to him.