If it works, the world's latest HIV vaccine candidate may make it to market quicker than we think - and become a routine childhood vaccination
Jane Mahlangu is set to become one of the first 100 people in South Africa to receive an experimental jab that could prevent HIV - and make history
Recently the first participants in the HVTN 702 study received jabs of a vaccine that could stop HIV in its tracks
The World Health Organisation hopes take-home tests will increase the number of the people who know their HIV status
Rape and physical abuse rates more than double those reported in national studies have been recorded in Diepsloot in northern Johannesburg
Mia Malan answers six important questions about the HIV prevention pill in three minutes.
Is South Africa breeding a nation of abusers and victims? Mia Malan interrogates why sexual violence in the country is so prevalent.
In the late 2000s, a trio of businessmen smuggled expired ARVs from Africa into Europe and sold them at a 4 000% markup. This is why it's news now.
Lionel Faull takes us inside the investigation that exposed an ARV-smuggling syndicate that have managed to escape South African justice.
For more multimedia click here
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Bhekisisa is launching a free gender-based violence helpline in Diepsloot
Planning for a baby? Before deciding on a birth plan, find out what you need to know to make an informed decision.
After Sierra Leone’s civil war, money poured in for mental health services. But a decade later, there's little left to help Ebola’s victims.
Aids is a mirror that reflects how we think about society. It exposes our prejudices and our lack of ability to embrace diversity.
The country has made progress with its plans to prevent, treat and monitor HIV but still has a long way to go.
Bhekisisa means "to scrutinise" in Zulu
In South Africa, Zulu patients who would like to be thoroughly assessed by a doctor, would ask the physician to "bhekisisa" them.