The scientific process that produced COVID vaccines is complex, but it doesn’t have to be confusing. It’s no more confusing than making a hamburger. Find out why in this short video.
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.
We speak to MSF on why J&J is so slow to deliver SA's vaccines and we also discuss the HIV prevention pill with Linda-Gail Bekker and Yogan Pillay.
Gender-based violence and femicide continue to make headlines during women's month. This episode of the Health Hub looks at data behind the killings of women.
There is a small chance you can get COVID after being vaccinated. But you should still get the jab. We break down the what, why and how of COVID-19 breakthrough infections.
The second instalment of the Health Hub on Newzroom Afrika focuses on access to vaccines. Now that all adults in South Africa are allowed to get vaccinated against COVID-19, how does the department of health plan on making it easier for adults to get vaccinated?
Bhekisisa's editor-in-chief, Mia Malan, speaks to US infectious diseases expert, Anthony Fauci, about the COVID-19 pandemic and what lessons South Africa can learn from how the pandemic has played out in the United States. In this wide-ranging conversation, they discuss global vaccine inequality, the future of international travel and how hesitant people can be encouraged to get vaccinated.
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South Africa’s tobacco users are smoking fewer daily cigarettes these days, but it came at a cost. Spoilers – it wasn’t worth it.
We look at who can get a COVID vaccine under phase two of South Africa’s national roll-out, what happens when you walk into a site and how the cost of shots are covered.
The Delta variant, first identified in India, has been detected in all of South Africa's provinces. This incredibly transmissible form of the virus is now the main form of the virus circulating in the country. Here’s what we know so far.
Allergic reactions, unusual blood clots and heart inflammation have all been linked to COVID vaccines. But most people won’t experience these severe reactions. Watch this easy explainer.
You can only get in line for a COVID-19 vaccine if you register. Here’s how to do it.
Watch this short video if you're unsure about what to expect after you get your COVID jab.
The science behind the masks we wear is being updated. Before we explain how you can get the best from your masks, let's show you what they actually do.
This short video answers key questions you might have if you’re in line for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.