When Ebola hit an overcrowded slum in Freetown people feared the worst. But a gang of unlikely heroes emerged to help the community.
After almost two years, the nation comes together to watch the national football team play its first match on home turf.
As the conference winds down, Mia Malan tells us how medical solutions alone will not help us beat HIV.
After 30 years of speculation about whether the three month shot makes women more likely to contract HIV, we finally have an answer.
Our Roxy de Villiers explains how she manages our social media accounts, writes for our site and develops new strategies all...
Bhekisisa's latest policy dialogue takes a deep dive into one of the biggest challenges facing SA's HIV response at the 9th Aids conference.
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Time is running out for hundreds of families who may never find the final resting place of loved ones lost to Ebola.
Did you know that 'bluetoothing' puts you at risk of contracting multiple bloodborne diseases and it doesn't even get you high?
Civil society organisations warn that these centres could put migrants’ rights and health at risk. Joan van Dyk explains.
For child victims of sexual abuse, testifying in court can be scary and traumatic. Turns out, our furry friends may be...
Youth delegate at the world Aids conference Phindile Sithole-Spong talks about reclaiming her sexuality after learning she was born with HIV.
Two years of HIV self-testing in Malawi have shown no cases of suicide, intimate partner violence or self-harm.
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Mkhize's inaugural budget speech is expected to focus on the National Health Insurance Bill. The legislation, approved by Cabinet, is expected...
To mark World Rabies Day, here are six things you probably don't know about the disease.