Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leone: Closed for businessvideo

Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leone: Closed for business

During the Ebola crisis, banks, borders and markets were closed for over six months. The ban on Sunday markets still hasn't been lifted.
Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leone: Gaddafi and the Tripoli Boys gang help Freetownvideo

Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leone: Gaddafi and the Tripoli Boys gang help Freetown

When Ebola hit an overcrowded slum in Freetown people feared the worst. But a gang of unlikely heroes emerged to help the community.
For better or worse: Tales of love and loss from post-Ebola Sierra Leonevideo

For better or worse: Tales of love and loss from post-Ebola Sierra Leone

Ebola tore into the fabric of family life, and the relationships that bind them. These are two similar stories, with very different endings.
Football is coming home at last: Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leonevideo

Football is coming home at last: Stories from post-Ebola Sierra Leone

After almost two years, the nation comes together to watch the national football team play its first match on home turf.
Clean break: One street beggar's story of triumph in post-Ebola Sierra Leonevideo

Clean break: One street beggar’s story of triumph in post-Ebola Sierra Leone

At the peak of the Ebola crisis, the government in Sierra Leone implemented a national lockdown. One man used this time to upskill himself.
Love in the time of Ebola: A story of love and connection in post-Ebola Sierra Leonevideo

Love in the time of Ebola: A story of love and connection in post-Ebola...

For six months Bankolay Turay and his sweetheart could only communicate via phone and text as the the Ebola crisis swept across West Africa.
The condom showdown: We put government’s new 'love gloves' to the test

[From our archives] The condom showdown: We put government’s new ‘love gloves’ to the...

The South African department of health's free condoms go head-to-head with the name brand competition.
The condom showdown: We put government’s new 'love gloves' to the testvideo

The condom showdown: We put government’s new ‘love gloves’ to the test

Government goes head to head with store-bought condoms.
#AIDS2016 - It's a wrap: How medical and social solutions come togethervideo

#AIDS2016 – It’s a wrap: How medical and social solutions come together

As the conference winds down, Mia Malan tells us how medical solutions alone will not help us beat HIV.
#AIDS2016: Pop-up radio booth gives voice to youth from across Africavideo

#AIDS2016: Pop-up radio booth gives voice to youth from across Africa

The Children's Radio Foundation has brought youth from Tanzania, Zambia and others to broadcast live on issues that matter to young people.
#AIDS2016: How can HIV self-testing benefit those living in rural areas?video

#AIDS2016: How can HIV self-testing benefit those living in rural areas?

HIV self-testing empowers many in rural areas to know their status without having to travel long distances to get to a clinic.
#AIDS2016: Thousands march to demand sufficient global funding and treatment for allvideo

#AIDS2016: Thousands march to demand sufficient global funding and treatment for all

Ahead of the opening of the AIDS Conference, activists marched to draw attention to the 20 million people who still do not have access to treatment.
#AIDS2016: Mia Malan tells you what to expect from this year's conferencevideo

#AIDS2016: Mia Malan tells you what to expect from this year’s conference

Bhekisisa's director and editor, Mia Malan, reflects on the last time SA hosted the conference and what to expect from this year's event.
#AIDS2016: Debra Messing on HIV self-testing in Africa and why it's important to hervideo

#AIDS2016: Debra Messing on HIV self-testing in Africa and why it’s important to her

Television star Debra Messing tells Bhekisisa's Demelza Bush why HIV is close to her heart.
[From our archives] 6 things you should know about rabiesvideo

Six things you should know about rabies

To mark World Rabies Day, here are six things you probably don't know about the disease.
Victims of superstition: The dangers of living with albinism in Africavideo

Victims of superstition: The dangers of living with albinism in Africa

People with albinism in Malawi face kidnapping and mutilation because of misguided beliefs that they can bring wealth.