A national policy on sexual assault has been in draft form for years. Now, the country now has the chance to put survivors of sexual violence first.
Primary healthcare barely exists outside our urban centres, and apartheid-ordained inequality is stark.
The state’s proposed certificate of need will not address inequities in rural healthcare.
What, if anything, does the private healthcare sector have to offer the rural poor?
Rural areas have always been at the bottom of the list when it comes to healthcare and expenditure.
It’s time to stop treating sexual violence as just coincidental to HIV infections
Comment: Too much stick, not enough carrot
Economic policy: The poor still lose
Comment: Take care over the next hill
Care is cast aside beyond the city limits
If you’re a veteran at putting together public radio packages with natural sound and can record voice overs, this could be for you.
In June, the health minister released the long-awaited National Health Insurance Bill. What does it mean to you and your medical aid? We tell you.
Bleeding every month is a costly affair. Pads and tampons cost a person R40 000 in their lifetime. Here's a way to get round the price.
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.