The much-anticipated sanctioning of Wouter Basson has still not happened, 13 years later.
Ivory Park's Operation Thiba Nyaope provides support for addicts and their affected families.
Where traditional beliefs are more real than textbooks, treating mental illness is a balancing act for sangomas and medical doctors alike.
The Free State health department has come under fire for a number of reasons. Bhekisisa visited the province ahead of elections to find out more.
Three drug addicts tell their stories of devastation, desperation and, finally, the long road to recovery.
Dembe Ndou learned to play piano in no time at all, but simply chatting is a complex challenge.
We feature four HIV positive women in their 40s who fit the profile of a typical M&G reader.
Organ donations are rare in SA: donors and the specialists needed to do transplants are few. But awareness increases as more lives are being saved.
Sihle Batiya's luckier than most – but the odds are stacked against kids with Down's syndrome in the Eastern Cape.
Mentally disabled people in the rural Eastern Cape are considered worthless, even evil. When girls are sexually abused, mothers are no longer shocked.
Our children’s lives were lost due to the negligence of the Mpumalanga health system, say grieving mothers.
During this initiation season, we look back at what happened in 2013 when bungled initiations cost boys their penises.
To understand Mpumalanga's teen pregnancies, look closely at the much older men calling the shots.
Students are abusing schedule six pills ahead of exams – with the help of their doctors.
Accessing healthcare in this rural town has never been easy. Shortages of staff as well as medical equipment makes it difficult for this hospital to function.
This man from rural Eastern Cape had to travel all the way to Cuba to make his dream of becoming a doctor come true. Now, he is back home and treating patients at the same hospital his mother used to sell fruit in front of when he was a boy.