A recent international Aids conference lacked input from those living with the HI virus.
Living in a settlement named after Nelson Mandela doesn't mean you have the basics.
South Africa's maternal mortality rate leaves the elderly to deal with its consequences, with many unable to keep up.
A new study to be conducted in South Africa, Uganda and India has sparked a heated debate in the HIV activist and research community.
Bhekisisa's first fellowship is coming to end and fellow, Sydney Masinga, speaks about his experience. If you're an interested journalist apply now.
Media reports about HIV-infected people being cured of the virus should be read with caution but could these cases give us clues about an antidote?
Autopsy reports show that some of the 30 initiates who died last month in the Eastern Cape were assaulted by traditional surgeons.
Situations can get worse for women who are battered by their intimate partners: research now shows they are at higher risk of contracting HIV.
Last week the World Intellectual Property Organisation announced copyright exceptions on materials for visually impaired people.
Though progress has been made, Africa must continue the fight against Aids, TB and malaria.
A new combination treatment has been tested in Southern Africa, but it is not available locally.
ARVs have stopped children dying, now the former Aids hospice is helping them to thrive.
An ambitious project to map the human brain has vast medical potential – if it's possible.
A doctor currently on paid leave was convicted of two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the US before starting jobs in SA public hospitals.
Women who experience gender-based violence have a higher risk of contracting HIV: this should be considered in South Africa's prevention strategy.
A report released by health activists details mismanagement and shortages in Mthatha.