[WATCH] Is it time to buy a cloth mask?
Wearing a cloth mask won’t protect you from the new coronavirus, but it will protect those around you if you’re infected. Confused? Listen to what Salim Abdool Karim had to say in his presentation.
[LISTEN] Will SA extend its national lockdown … again?
Listen to world-renowned epidemiologist, Salim Abdool Karim, explain what factors will determine whether or not South Africa extends its national lockdown — again.
[LISTEN] Has lockdown worked so far?
World renowned scientist, Salim Abdool Karim, says yes. Here's why.
[PODCAST] Pimps, police and pills: How nurses get healthcare to sex workers
We take you into the world of brothels and show you how a clinic gets HIV prevention pills and antiretroviral drugs to sex workers in an environment where they don't have to fear being arrested.
[PODCAST] Ruff justice: Meet the dogs helping put rapists in jail
Victim testimonies can be key to securing convictions. They can also be traumatic. Meet the furry friends coming to the rescue.
[PODCAST] The art of telling stories that empower readers
In 2016, Bhekisisa started to do solutions journalism. But what is it? "Think Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie," David Bornstein from the Solutions Journalism Network tells Bhekisisa's editor Mia Malan. "These are stories that answer 'the how.'"
[PODCAST] X marks the spot: Mapping our way to better health
A small private healthcare clinic on a farm in Delmas is paving the way for better patient care using new data technology.
[PODCAST] Growing up in the time of HIV: ‘The babies we saved from HIV...
As children, they escaped the virus through revolutions in medication. But today, they face an old foe again. Renowned HIV scientist Salim Abdool Karim sits down with Mia Malan to explain why their story is the story of Africa’s HIV epidemic.
[PODCAST] Crime & Medicine: We take you on a Friday evening ride in an...
Here’s how paramedics are fighting for their own lives so they can save yours.
Could an implant the size of a match stick save teenage girls from HIV?...
Bhekisisa editor Mia Malan talks to HIV scientist Salim Abdool Karim about his research on risky relationships of young women and older men.
[LISTEN] You bank your money each month, so why not bank your breast milk?
We always tell moms breast is best but sometimes milk doesn't come when babies do. This breast milk bank is filling in these gaps.
Did the apartheid government inject black people with HIV? We look to science.
This month, the New African boasts a shocking headline: "We deliberately spread Aids in South Africa." Could that be true?
[LISTEN] This mom became a sex worker and her daughter is fine with it
Sex work is selling a service, not your body, says Mariska Majoor. There's nothing sinister about it.
[PODCAST] Old rites, new ways: How traditional healers were able to diagnose more patients...
Medical doctors and traditional healers often struggle to trust each other. But in this rural KZN community they learned how to work together.
[LISTEN] Clueless about your period? There are consequences
It may come round every month, but a lot of us still don't know how our menstrual cycle works, says reproductive health doctor, Tlaleng Mofokeng.
[LISTEN] Why are women in ‘blesser-like’ relationships more likely to contract HIV?
Reproductive health doctor Tlaleng Mofokeng explains to Bhekisisa editor Mia Malan why age-disparate relationships make women more vulnerable to HIV.