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Bhekisisa reporter Pontsho Pilane and M&G financial reporter Lisa Steyn nab top prizes at national journalism awards
GPs working in the National Health Insurance’s biggest pilot site say they won't stay because of drug stock-outs, staff shortages and long queues
Life-saving HIV drugs were allegedly diverted from Africa's public health system to sell in Europe.
The size of South Africa's super-sized sweet tooth may be over-stated
Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu breaks her silence over the department's deadly decision to transfer psychiatric patients.
As the country’s landmark euthanasia case heads to the appeal court, lawyers argue that keeping the practice illegal could violate the Bill of Rights
Most of the country’s medical schools say final-year medical students will write exams
Did you know? Good care is out there in public and private hospitals, but check your medical aid
Bhekisisa staff scoop regional awards aimed at recognising feature writing and burgeoning young talent within the field
Mothers battling depression may need help forming the early crucial bonds that will affect children's relationships throughout their lives.
Police often use tear gas as a method of crowd control. Here are some tips to keep safe when those tear gas canisters start flying from our archives.
Malan won for her long-form piece, “Diepsloot: Where men think it’s their right to rape.”
A study conducted among almost 200 South African children is the largest of its kind.
This week, tear-gassed #FeesMustFall protestors took to rubbing condoms on their eyes. Bhekisisa investigates why.
A new report uncovers the sad stories of Tanzanians with albinism and disabilities.