Will Ramaphosa’s new health minister wield enough power to bring recalcitrant MECs to heel?
The bizarre case from Durban is at least the second such case nationally in the last three years.
Women may be paying the price for decades’ old concessions to the medical aid industry.
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The investigation of an independent panel recommends reviewing whether UNAids executive director Michel Sidibé should continue in his role.
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The ruling party says it’s time to get serious about funding and rolling out South Africa's universal access to healthcare plan.
How science discovered that ARVs can bring the levels of HIV in the blood to levels so low it’s virtually undetectable – and impossible to transmit.
Pharmaceutical companies say that delayed drug registrations by the Medicines Control Council may have played a role in stock outs.
Only some study participants have access to the tablet that can cut the risk of HIV infection by more than 90%.
Reporters lauded for their work on prison conditions, refugees’ access to health and SA’s road to a sugar tax.
Experts warn state clinics and hospitals are likely to further deteriorate as the public purse shrinks.
Parents and staff can no longer keep contraception out of schools in the case of children 12 years and older.
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Only two state cancer specialists remain in the province of more than 10-million people.
Families say many are still waiting for results of autopsies performed last year.