With a new donor on board, Bhekisisa will be covering the continent's health issues at source – their new website launches today!
Gauteng — the province with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases — is also one of the two provinces with the lowest uptake of quarantine facilities.
Autopsies offer detail that cannot be found in the living. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a resurgence in these procedures — but not without fear.
Take a look at the newest HIV treatment set to hit South Africa's shores in 2019.
A deadly conflict is brewing between those forced out of the DRC's Kahuzi-Biéga national park and the rangers charged with protecting it.
The province's health MEC has condemned the slogans marchers on the department have been chanting, calling them insulting and inappropriate.
If the new Dr Harry Surtie Hospital has all the latest tech, why are patients complaining?
Heatlhcare workers have some creative solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the COVID-19 response, like shortages of masks & ventilators.
Pregnancy can be a time of joy - and sadness. Many pregnant women and mothers of infants in lower-income communities acknowledge feeling depressed during this time. Here’s how community health workers helped alleviate this.
Imagine if every young woman had the option of getting a simple implant at school that could cut her risk of contracting HIV by 75%?
One million COVID-19 vaccines will land at OR Tambo today. The jabs will be reserved for health workers. But how will they get to the workers and what will happen to the shots once they get here? We break it down for you.
Free State Health MEC Benny Malakoane has accused the M&G of sensationalist reporting, but warned that his department will run out of money this year.
The nation's healthcare system reflects the actions of the ministers responsible for it over the years.
But few will to listen to researchers who refute society’s accepted notion that teenage pregnancy is damaging to the child, mother and society.
Coerced testing usually follows employer offers to pay for private medical care.
Specialist scientists, masks, hand sanitiser and stricter rules for liquor sales will be crucial to easing the burden of South Africa’s future COVID-19 waves, experts say.