Some South Africans are making a lot of noise about the ban on alcohol sales during the country's COVID-19 response. So why did the country go dry? Take a look at the numbers behind the decision.
Research suggests that this TB jab could help with more than just TB. Now scientists are testing the vaccine to see if it will help protect the continent from COVID-19.
The 'bluetoothing' myth recently took the media by storm. We explain why it's all risk and no high.
It's not yet known why prostate cancer affects black men worse than their white counterparts, but if you're a black man over 40, get yourself checked.
Many families faced financial hardship during the outbreak. Some men took advantage of young girls, offering support in return for sex.
Sex workers in the country want their profession to be decriminalised so that they can access health services without being discriminated against.
When it comes to weaving a good yarn, the devil really is in the detail.
As the conference winds down, Mia Malan tells us how medical solutions alone will not help us beat HIV.
Leaving home means leaving your friends, family and social support. But it's worse than that.
As the numbers of those infected with COVID-19 continue to rise in South Africa, we look at what this could mean for those with HIV.
Why are people who menstruate forced to spend at least R40 000 on sanitary products in their lifetime?
Curious about water births and why they're becoming more popular? We give you the basics in under 2 minutes.
Can SA afford the NHI? And will you be able to keep seeing your doctor? Our Laura Lopez Gonzalez answers these and other questions.
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize, joined by members of the Ministerial Advisory Committee, senior officials from the Department of Health and the leadership of Health Entities including SAHPRA, NHLS and NICD will hold a press briefing on COVID-19 health interventions ahead of the country’s move to alert level three.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will today, Monday, 30 March 2020, address the nation on the measures currently being undertaken to contain the Coronavirus pandemic.
When we are socialised to believe something as natural as menstruation is dirty, those who bleed may feel embarrassed about their period.