It's time to end SA's war on drugs

Shaun Shelly

Drugs have destroyed many lives, but wrongheaded governmental policies have destroyed many more, argue experts.


Nigeria's children tied up in a marriage knot

Linus Unah

Poverty, traditions and no education means laws will do little to end the practice of child brides.


I'm a nurse and this is why SA should decriminalise sex work

Lucy O'Connell

Why would humanitarian workers support the call to decriminalize sex work? Sometimes bombs, floods aren't the only threats to our patients.


National cancer drug shortage may last until October

Joan van Dyk

Pharmaceutical companies say that delayed drug registrations by the Medicines Control Council may have played a role in stock outs.


A cautionary tale to young doctors looking to take on medicine’s culture of abuse

Yumna Moosa

In 2016, Yumna Moosa took to social media to rally young doctors against medicine's culture of bullying. Now, she's not sure she'd do it again.


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Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism: Come intern with us

Are you a final year journalism student? Then come intern with us.


Should everyone be getting the HIV prevention pill as part of this new study?

Only some study participants have access to the tablet that can cut the risk of HIV infection by more than 90%.


Football like you've never seen it: On the pitch with this blind soccer team

Blind football represents hope and belonging for Egypt's one million visually impaired.