Think paying your medical aid premiums every month ensures you access to the drugs you need when you get sick? Think again.
Major studies have established a link between a high sugar intake and coronary heart disease.
Additional funding has saved government's Thuthuzela Care Centres at the eleventh hour but poorly performing facilities may still close.
New United Nations report calls for drug companies to spill closely held secrets and patent reforms.
Activists say police actions in Emalahleni, Mpumalanga are increasingly frequent and may be retaliation for recent civil society actions.
If you’re keen to save a life through donation after you die, speak now or forever hold your peace.
Bhekisisa, the Mail & Guardian’s Health Journalism Centre, is offering three, paid journalism internships to final year journalism students.
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
The conflict has left health services and agriculture in shambles. Unicef says it has just 13% of the money it needs to stave off deaths.
As South Africa marks the anniversary of the massacre, a new study reveals how women’s bodies are a battleground in the country’s platinum belt
Tweets shouldn't fuel HIV-related stigma. The Mail and Guardian's tweets did. Here's why.
Association argues statistics skew the view of private hospital costs after international study questions facilities' affordability.
Violence has contributed to the epidemic; aid agencies can't travel freely and are removing nonessential staff.
If you’ve got the experience, drive and passion to use social media for change, this could be for you.
Stock-outs may be a blow to children already fighting for survival.