Suspended head of Gauteng health Barney Selebano's court bid to avoid testifying at the ongoing arbitration could keep him off the stand for months.
Experts say confusion over the rights of local healthcare workers to provide the service while receiving US funds only benefits Trump administration.
The future of South Africa's doctors rests on provincial purses.
As the hearings continue this week, Laura Lopez Gonzalez speaks to Nelisiwe Msomi about the arbitration process.
New report echoes the warnings of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry and says police and schools must plan for protests.
Laura Lopez Gonzalez speaks to Tim Modise about who might be held accountable for the tragedy.
Bhekisisa can reveal Mahlangu is not a student at the London School of Economics and Political Science after lodging a Freedom of Information request.
Meanwhile, the London School of Economics and Political Science says it cannot confirm Qedani Mahlangu is a student.
Eleven Gauteng health employees were singled out for censure. Now, only two have been suspended and garnered an alleged R1.3-million in wages.
Cancer patients are waiting up to nine months for treatment, says the South African Human Rights Commission.
Owner of Pretoria organisation Precious Angels breaks down and dodges queries amid questions surrounding deaths.
Social worker says mental health patients' lives could have been saved if senior officials visited facilities. Bhekisisa has evidence they did.
Activists have been told that government wants to hear their views, but without draft legislation their input is of little value.
Another school could be on the cards for the North West province as well.
By the age of 10, children’s ideas about gender, relationships and violence are largely set in stone.
Health department admits HIV testing kits ran low, but says kits were reshuffled between facilities and provinces to avoid stock-outs.
But if we want everyone to get quality care, something will have to give and it may not be your money, warn experts.
Many private hospitals will be opening their doors to more patients but does that mean you’ll be stuck at the back of the queue?
When new technology and an old tradition meet, they could help avert more than a million new HIV infections.
Health workers brace for an increased need for palliative care as waiting lists grow.
Studies show the odds are stacked against learners from poorer backgrounds, so why do some succeed where others fail?
A new study shows the dreadful reality of how the criminal justice system is failing victims of this 'priority crime' in SA.
New, never before conducted research reveals the road rape survivors and police walk to justice denied.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's long-touted claim may be misleading, reports Africa Check.
A draft bill is likely to virtually remove women’s access to safe abortions.
The second industrial action in as many years is likely to stretch into its second week.
Unions say they will not accept anything less than 7.3% wage increases.
Government and medical aids may be uncomfortable but necessary bedfellows.
This country's president just told public schools to kick out teen mothers, tens of thousands of whom have already lost out on education.
We tell you what the recently released NHI white paper says about the future of health services in South Africa.
The products themselves could be dangerous and are likely to encourage high-risk sexual behaviour.
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.