SA society continues to betray traumatised young women who spiral into a life of drugs and abuse.
About 35 000 babies could have been born without HIV had the president listened to the boy.
The struggle to survive pregnancy and death in a land of plenty and poverty hasn’t changed much in the past five years — there are lives to prove it.
Aids is a mirror that reflects how we think about society. It exposes our prejudices and our lack of ability to embrace diversity.
The country has made progress with its plans to prevent, treat and monitor HIV but still has a long way to go.
In a world hemmed in by patriarchy and poverty, cash transfers could be the missing link in SA’s HIV prevention programmes.
Human rights and access to healthcare remain paramount in the country's response.
After almost two decades, the South African Law Reform Commission chose fiction over facts.
Countries in Africa are in desperate need of more emergency care specialists and increased training.
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a viral infection that can affect infants and young children.
Big Food is just one driving force behind unhealthy eating, and strategies are needed to cut the high cost of associated diseases.
In 2016, 60% of women of 15 years or older living with HIV were on treatment. Less than half their male peers could say the same.
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Economic exploitation in the developing world has resulted in under-resourced and weak health systems that could not contain the spread of viruses.
Today, SA boasts the world's largest HIV treatment programme, but 3.2-million people who need ARVs still aren't on them. Here’s how to fix that.