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Incredible Happenings Ministries leader Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng watched in shock as a Joburg couple he prayed for to regain its libido bonked in front of him and his camera crew at their Zonke, Ekurhuleni home last month.But Soweto TV bosses, where Mboro has a weekly Sunday show, would hear none of it and refused to beam the couple's "testimony" on air, arguing it contained pornographic material.HIV is passed from one person to another when it is spread from the inside of an infected person's body to the inside of another person's body.Having unprotected sex with an infected person is one way the virus spreads because during sex, infected fluids — such as semen (the fluid released from the penis when a male ejaculates), vaginal fluids, or blood — are passed from one person to another. In fact, people who are HIV positive might not even know that they have the virus.
When someone gets HIV, that person can transmit the infection to other people immediately.Mboro said he asked the couple, who was seated on the bed, to get under the sheets so he and his crew could film their "testimony" for the TV show. He said to his chagrin, Soweto TV bosses said the "testimony" was a blue movie and refused to air it."What is pornographic about blurring the area where the couple's hands are seen in their private parts?"Thabisile came to church a while ago and complained that although she was blessed with three children and recently got a promotion at work, she was sex-starved because her husband suffered from erectile dysfunction," he said.Mboro said Thabisile suspected that jealous people might have conjured up an evil spirit or cast a bad spell in their bedroom.