Men who have sex with men can now safely use the HIV prevention pill before and after sex, instead of every day.
The investigation of an independent panel recommends reviewing whether UNAids executive director Michel Sidibé should continue in his role.
A promising new TB drug is now on the market but doctors say it's been priced out of reach.
Two CEOs are still under investigations months after a spate of infant deaths and a high-level probe by the Office of...
You’re paying more for private healthcare and getting less, shows Competition Commission investigation
Compass: Charting a course to the NHI A lack of competition in the sector isn't just bad...
Only six out of ten Angolan children have been vaccinated against yellow fever.
Women may be paying the price for decades’ old concessions to the medical aid industry.
The country's NHI Bill was introduced to Parliament today. You can find it here.
Four ways the Competition Commission’s latest investigation will change the National Health Insurance
Compass: Charting a course to the NHI What does a nearly 300-page technical report mean for the...
Tweets shouldn't fuel HIV-related stigma. The Mail and Guardian's tweets did. Here's why.
Early diagnosis, a simple test, vector curbs and a new medicine is effective in many areas, but South Sudan can't rely on this treatment.
Even if your child has been vaccinated, booster shots provide an extra layer of protection.
Why languish in illness when the poor could be used to help you live long and prosper? A dubious advertisement recently advocated.
There are fears that, because the LAM measure is easily administered, it could be used when conditions call for more detailed analysis.
Sex workers tell of being tortured, including being beaten with sjamboks.
But will the country be able to half its maternal mortality ratio by 2030 - in time to achieve its sustainable...