Many families faced financial hardship during the outbreak. Some men took advantage of young girls, offering support in return for sex.
As South Africa's coronavirus lockdown enters its second week, the country will start testing for the new virus in communities. The...
Antibody tests are different to the PCR tests we've been using until now. But should you go for one? Watch this video to find out.
People with albinism in Malawi face kidnapping and mutilation because of misguided beliefs that they can bring wealth.
During South Africa’s national COVID-19 lockdown, there have been a string of evictions by the City of Cape Town. A recent judgement ruled that the city is not allowed to evict people or demolish their homes without a court order. But for some, it’s already too late.
By the end of April, South Africa has to test twelve times more people per day than it currently does. That’s why we’re looking at introducing rapid antibody tests.
E-cigarettes are taking SA by storm, but are they really better than tobacco products? Michelle Solomon talks about her vaping experience.
What do you do if you suspect your child has autism? We answer these and other questions about the disorder.
South Africa will most probably move down to lockdown level 1 tonight. Watch President Cyril Ramaphosa live.
Women in Somaliland speak out about their experiences of female genital mutilation. One NGO that is working to eliminate this horrific practice.
As day one of the country's 21-day lockdown draws to a close, ministers are expected to outline the state of the...
Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, briefed the South African media and public on when South Africa would be ready to reopen...
With more than 300 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, Gauteng continues to be the epicentre of the country's outbreak. Find...
Two years of HIV self-testing in Malawi have shown no cases of suicide, intimate partner violence or self-harm.
After two years, the residents in this settlement are still struggling to access basic services. The almost 5 000 houses in this area do not have access to running water or electricity and have at least 38 people sharing a toilet.
Many refugees flee their own war-torn countries to find safety in South Africa. But the country is not the safe haven they think it will be.