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Sex workers tell of being tortured, including being beaten with sjamboks.
Long before red flags were raised, this family fell victim to listeriosis. And this week, tragedy has struck again.
We used to believe our brains couldn’t be changed. Now we believe they can – if we want it enough. But is that true?
The former Gauteng Health MEC is expected to take the stand on Monday when she will finally face irate families who are tired of waiting for answers.
Thanks to a pioneering project survivors and perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide now live side by side in 'reconciliation villages'.
South Africa is now home to more than 90 trained medical mediators, but there’s not much work to go around - yet.
The pain of bereavement is supposed to ease with time. When it doesn't, psychiatrists call it 'complicated grief' and it can be treated.
C-sections may result in fewer lawsuits, but they are not always the best option.
Community mentalhealth care can be better for patients and health systems if it's done right. Find out how one organisation is making it work.
Postpartum or after birth family planning can reduce one in three maternal deaths, one in 10 infant deaths and one in five child deaths.
Rare diseases lead to development of new drugs that, like other rare commodities command high prices.
The country has a high suicide rate, psychiatric illnesses are on the rise and stress has become normalised.
Although 65% of South Africans reportedly have been tested for HIV at least once, annual testing figures are much lower.
We feature four HIV positive women in their 40s who fit the profile of a typical M&G reader.
Organ donations are rare in SA: donors and the specialists needed to do transplants are few. But awareness increases as more lives are being saved.
Having a baby in sub-Saharan Africa is riskier than anywhere else according to the latest State of the World's Mothers report.