By Lucia Mutikani UITENHAGE, South Africa, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The game the school children are playing in this South African town looks like Trivial Pursuit. But the subject is anything but trivial. The boardgame was created by Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) -- a subsidiary of German car maker Volkswagen -- to teach children about HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and pregnancy. With the roll of a dice, myths are dispelled as children ask and answer questions. The game's creators hope it will ...
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