A report released by health activists details mismanagement and shortages in Mthatha.
Rehabilitation plans for the thousands of people with disabilities must be included in the NHI.
How SA women will benefit from an HPV vaccine, which the government will introduce next year, will strongly depend on the virus's link with HIV.
Antiretroviral treatment has given HIV-infected people a longer life, thus increasing the proportion of people living with HIV.
Denial should not stand in the way of the provision of sexual health services at schools, says Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.
Child support grants can protect teenage girls from sugar daddies.
The state's hopes for the nonsurgical circumcision device rest on its acceptance in initiation rituals.
Médecins Sans Frontières says in five months there has been no improvement with Eastern Cape HIV and TB drug stock-outs.
Madiba's prison past may have played a role in his recurrent lung infections.
Patients in the world's poorest countries will continue to receive access to drugs cheaply for at least another decade.
A new look at family planning, especially among teens in South Africa, is on the cards.
A preventative mastectomy might save your life if you are at high risk but it does not provide 100% protection from developing breast cancer.
The state has pulled its funding of studies on the disease, retarding progress on a cure.
While HPV vaccines will save lives, target schoolgirls will be hard to reach.
In a far-flung district, a night-time ban on shebeens has wiped out violence in a village.
In a case before the ConCourt, critics say consensual teen sex has been criminalised.