This programme is saving heroin users on the streets of Tshwane, one clean needle at a time.
The M&G's Mia Malan spent a week in Diepsloot and spoke to rape victims, parents and councillors to understand the high rate of rape in the township.
How does Jesse Copelyn decide on the topics of his articles? Find out here.
Meet the woman who started Bhekisisa way back in 2013. Killer narrative feature writer and donor-funded journalism extraordinaire.
Cholera is caused by bacteria that normally comes from the faeces of an infected person. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
Healthcare-associated infections occur when a person acquires an infection while they are admitted into a hospital. One of the most deadly is a bacterium that has developed resistance against three out of the four antibiotics we can use to treat it.
Ebola tore into the fabric of family life, and the relationships that bind them. These are two similar stories, with very different endings.
Health workers, this is your cheat sheet to detecting and treating #cholera in your patients. Watch this video for the details.
Do you know what the law says about rape in South Africa? Our Mia Malan explains the legal ins and outs in three minutes.
Watch the second and final day of the health department and South African Medical Research Council's dialogue as policymakers, researchers and scientists discuss the way forward for the implementation of the country's National Health Insurance scheme.
Sex workers in South Africa want their profession decriminalised, a view supported by many medical professionals and civil society organisations.
Many families faced financial hardship during the outbreak. Some men took advantage of young girls, offering support in return for sex.
WATCH LIVE: Zweli Mkhize unveils the National Health Insurance Bill.
One of the scientific breakthroughs that came with the COVID-19 pandemic was the introduction of new vaccine technology, like those used in the Pfizer jabs. A new vaccine plant in Cape Town will now make similar vaccines on local soil, but making these specialised shots often require some hands-on help.
You can only get in line for a COVID-19 vaccine if you register. Here’s how to do it.
Pregnant people are more likely to fall very ill with COVID-19 than those who are not pregnant. This is why experts recommend pregnant people get vaccinated. We answer four questions about how the jabs work during and after pregnancy.