Ramaphosa's address comes just days after a new spate of high-profile murders of women allegedly by their partners.
Joan van Dyk tells you what to bin and how in under two minutes.
Our Laura Lopez Gonzalez takes you inside SA's national HIV and TB plan in just two minutes.
Now that the Pfizer vaccine has been registered for teenagers, when can parents and those 12 years and older expect to get the jab? And trans rights activist and filmmaker Zoey Black shares her story.
Experts suggest that banning corporal punishment in the home could lead to a less violent society. Joan van Dyk explains.
As the numbers of those infected with COVID-19 continue to rise in South Africa, we look at what this could mean for those with HIV.
A doctor’s race and the language they speak can play a role in the kind of care they provide - depending on their patient’s race and language.
Imagine lining up for days for R350 or a small pension. You run out of food, share blankets and huddle together to brace against the cold — because it’s the only way you know to survive.
These Western Cape parents say there's no space for their children in nearby schools. Now they've been forced to come up with their own solution with no help from government.
As day one of the country's 21-day lockdown draws to a close, ministers are expected to outline the state of the country's response. The...
In Colombia, researchers found that when two large cities made it illegal to carry a gun in public, the murder rate in those places dropped when compared to cities in that country that didn’t implement the ban.
South Africa’s public hospitals and clinics won’t be getting a new COVID-19 treatment called molnupiravir. The tablets have regulatory approval but they aren’t the right fit for the country.
At midnight tonight, South Africa will become the latest country across the world to institute a national lockdown to control the spread of the...
The Uhambo vaccine trial may be over but South Africa’s search for a jab that could prevent HIV globally isn’t.
Sex workers in the country want their profession to be decriminalised so that they can access health services without being discriminated against.
We did a little digging and asked the questions you really want to know: Like can HIV medication really get you high? And just how likely is it that these drugs are being cut with the street drug.