Saved: How drug users gained the power to reverse overdoses

Carrie Arnold

Find out how drug users banded together to use a simple injection to save thousands of lives.


'I was kicked out of our house by his parents', say widows

Will Baxter

If a man dies in the Central African Republic, his wife is at risk of being evicted from their home by his relatives.


This is what life is like in the world's last country to ban slavery

Seif Kousmate

Photojournalist, Seif Kousmate, photographed and interviewed current and former slaves in Mauritania and got imprisoned by police in the process.


[WATCH] Would you use reusable pads?

DC Bush, Mia Malan

Reusable pads are cheaper and better for the environment, but are you willing to try them?


After Ebola: What happens when the virus fades and the NGOs — and money — leave?

Clarissa Sosin

Ebola wiped out nearly 10% of Liberia’s doctors and nurses. Take a look at life for those it left behind.


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Old birth rites, new ways

When bringing a new life into the world risks taking another, even old traditions have to adopt new ways.


'We are forced to move on from declaring babies dead as if nothing happens'

Saving lives — and losing them — may be all in a day's work for health workers, but if you think it doesn't take its toll, listen to these doctors.


[EXCLUSIVE] Motsoaledi: 'I can't prevent health crises because my hands are tied'

“Whenever there is a crisis, I’m called in to solve them, but I don’t have the legal mechanism to prevent them,” says minister.