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THANKS to the generosity of China-based multinational Tiens SA, 30 Aids orphans will watch the 2010 Fifa World Cup match between New Zealand and Slovakia at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg on June 15.
The children are from the Ikageng Itireleng Aids Ministry in Soweto.
Tiens SA's Kevin Hoe said his company would also pay for meals and transport. Hoe said he was "happy to have made it possible for the kids to enjoy the World Cup like everyone else".
Carol Dyantyi, co-founder of the ministry, said: "We are grateful to Tiens SA for fulfilling our children's dreams . Thank you for being a circle of support and restoring hope in our children's future."