New, never before conducted research reveals the road rape survivors and police walk to justice denied.
When Mark died, emergency services left his body on the pavement in central Pretoria for hours.
In 2016, 60% of women of 15 years or older living with HIV were on treatment. Less than half their male peers could say the same.
Studies show the odds are stacked against learners from poorer backgrounds, so why do some succeed where others fail?
It's not right that only black voices in health stories are those patients. Black medical researchers must also be heard in the media space.
Sex workers in the country want their profession to be decriminalised so that they can access health services without being discriminated against.
Blind Football Egypt (BFE) is the country’s first professional football team for blind and visually impaired athletes.
Those most at risk of HIV are still fighting to be heard. But there's a lot we can learn from the fight against HIV.
How community health workers and data can help South Africa get more TB patients on treatment.
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A draft bill is likely to virtually remove women’s access to safe abortions.
The loss of one of SA’s most longstanding HIV activists comes when politics and dwindling resources are pitting stalwarts against each other.
Decriminalising sex work could help avert almost half of all new HIV infections globally among workers and clients in the next 10 years.
Crime stats released in 2015 reported a drop in rape cases, but experts say this is because fewer people are bothering to report rapes to the police.
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.