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.
A high court has ruled that compensation to women who have to take care of sick miners could ease the gendered harms imposed by the industry.
Widows and children stand to inherit damage claims from the mining industry, but their decision to appeal doesn't bode well.
Our failure to adequately engage men with health services reduces the effectiveness of the many impressive, new HIV prevention breakthroughs.
All sectors in society need to act to stop gender based violence say Sonke Gender Justice as they remember Reeva Steenkamp and Anene Booysen.
The government must stop paying mere lip service to rooting out gender-based violence.
Court case could force gold industry to pay out miners' daughters and wives
Why does HIV kill more men than women?
Gold industry's appeal in miners' silicosis class action is shameful
HIV treatment: Where are the men?
Comment: Rape, murder and indifference
Comment: This Valentine's Day don't ignore the screams next door
The Bill is the first step towards learning how the government plans to fund its shift towards universal health care.
When he was the Gauteng Health MEC, Brian Hlongwa brought the department to its knees, the Special Investigations Unit has found.
New legislation will abolish co-payments and may look to go after medical aid scheme reserves.
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.