Tension over water scarcity is increasing across the globe. A new system flags up where this threatens to erupt into violence. Researchers from six organisations...
It’s a new normal, warn South Africa’s leading coronavirus scientists. And schools and workplaces won’t be exempt from seeing sporadic outbreaks of the new...
Bhekisisa reporter Pontsho Pilane and M&G financial reporter Lisa Steyn nab top prizes at national journalism awards
People who participate in a challenge trial volunteer to get sick in order to help scientists learn more about a disease. These studies have been used for diseases like cholera and malaria — and now for COVID-19.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba didn’t cut state subsidies for private medical aid members outright but your pocket may still feel the pinch
Poor management and leadership instability lead to R2-billion in irregular expenditure.
In the rare event that you experience a severe side-effect as a result of COVID-19 vaccines, this fund will pay you out.
A desperate South African breast cancer patient pleaded with the United Nations (UN) on Thursday to help her access a drug that can save her life.
Almost 300 000 South Africans will contract HIV this year. The country may be targeting a crucial five-year window to stem the tide of new infections.
Even if your child has been vaccinated, booster shots provide an extra layer of protection.
Four COVID jabs’ efficacy results have been released within less than a year after the trials had started. But this is far from the norm. Researchers have been working on HIV vaccines for over three decades — and we still don’t have one. Here’s why.
The country’s child grant is failing to deliver social justice because it is doing more than what it is meant to do, says research.
‘One-stop’ government centres face loss of important psychological help as international funding dries up
Sex workers tell of being tortured, including being beaten with sjamboks.
Accusations fly as the embattled former health MEC finally testifies at the ongoing arbitration hearings.
How undercover police infiltrated a criminal network that spent years hiding behind a curtain of shelf companies, Swiss bank accounts and pseudonyms.