As the conference winds down, Mia Malan tells us how medical solutions alone will not help us beat HIV.
The Children's Radio Foundation has brought youth from Tanzania, Zambia and others to broadcast live on issues that matter to young people.
HIV self-testing empowers many in rural areas to know their status without having to travel long distances to get to a clinic.
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.
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.
Television star Debra Messing tells Bhekisisa's Demelza Bush why HIV is close to her heart.
To mark World Rabies Day, here are six things you probably don't know about the disease.
People with albinism in Malawi face kidnapping and mutilation because of misguided beliefs that they can bring wealth.
Amy Green speaks to Carla Zille, a deaf mentor at Hi Hopes, about the importance of early intervention for the development of language in children.
Courts ruled for compensation for gold miners affected by silicosis, but what about the impact years of caring for the sick had on women and children?
Women in Somaliland speak out about their experiences of female genital mutilation. One NGO that is working to eliminate this horrific practice.
E-cigarettes are taking SA by storm, but are they really better than tobacco products? Michelle Solomon talks about her vaping experience.
Former Bhekisisa reporter, Amy Green, explains what the top five forms of contraception on the continent are, and why.
Refugees flee war-torn countries for SA, only to face more heartache and discrimination. Often their only hope lies with civil society.
Ever wondered how journalists report on such horrific stories? Ina Skosana explains the process.
Former detainees tell of being denied chronic medication and contracting diseases like TB while incarcerated in the overcrowded Cape Town facility.