Distribution of Lorato condoms to be discontinued

Lorato condoms may soon disappear from shelves following complaints that the condoms are of poor quality, tend to break during intercourse and have an unpleasant smell.

National AIDS Coordinating Agency (NACA) coordinator Grace Muzila said this yesterday when briefing the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). She confirmed that her office had received many complaints about the contraceptive sheath.  “Since we are aware of the public concerns, we are acting accordingly. Some people have no problem with Lorato condoms but most say that they are of poor quality,” she said.

The NACA boss noted that there have been several assessments conducted on the condoms and they have passed the technical test. She however said that the condoms are still on the shelves but government has put measures in place to provide a better replacement.

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