READ: The Presidential Health Summit report

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Find out which issues have been prioritised after the Presidential Health Summit.


Watch: Motsoaledi launches Health Summit report on the future of NHI

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Today, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi will report on the outcomes of the Presidential Health Summit held in October last year.


Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism: Come intern with us

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Interested in health and social justice reporting and willing to put in the hours to do it? This internship might be for you.


WATCH: How far is South Africa in the fight against HIV and TB? Find out.

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South Africa boasts the world’s largest HIV treatment programme but are provinces ready to take the lead?


SA to launch plan to tackle gender-based violence. Read Ramaphosa's speech here.

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"Twenty-thousand people were killed in the past year. The majority of killers and victims are men," Ramaphosa says at summit.


Bhekisisa presents: From paper to provinces — tracking SA’s HIV/TB plan

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#TrackingTheNSP: Ahead of World Aids Day, hear just how far provinces have come putting the national plan into practice.


SIU hones in on healthcare sector: 'Prosecutions have to follow'

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After two days of deliberations on the National Health Insurance, delegates are expected to summarise findings and present the way forward.


Mabuza: ‘The NHI must not negate private health schemes for those who desire them’

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Read what Deputy President David Mabuza had to say about primary health care and the NHI in his Presidential Health Summit speech.


Watch live: Mabuza, Motsoaledi meet with unions and private sector to discuss NHI

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Motsoaledi is expected to join experts, academics and business to discuss how NHI will be financed and the private sector's involvement.


What you need to know about SA’s historic liver transplant from an HIV-positive donor

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How could a baby get an organ from a person living with HIV and not automatically contract the virus? The experts weigh in.