norms, but not a blueprint as to how exactly this should be achieved (Van der. Preventing HIV/aids transmission through education. He argues that some cultures still view sex and sexuality as something that should not be discussed. The need for cultural reection In South Africa, with its vivid tapestry of diverse cultural groups, the task of dening which behaviour is normal and acceptable in a given society becomes even more difcult. Superficial processing of information and adherence to traditional opinions. Until we realise that the accepted norms and values of one person are not necessarily those of another, we cannot strive towards improving the youths sexual health. Uiuc.edu/eps/PES-Year- book/94_docs/m mw A m w e n d A t S 1995. I asked for my statement, and they handed it to me and insisted I tear it up in their presence. MA C pH A i l C 1998. Themes that emerged prompted the researcher to do a follow-up questionnaire until she was of the opinion that data saturation had been reached.