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Health Minister Zweli Mkhize spoke at an exclusive Bhekisisa event for editors on 6 August about the National Health Insurance and what it means for reproductive justice.
South Africa will roll out dolutegravir in September, Scientists still don't know if it leads to birth defects but it does know only a woman can choose how much risk is too much.
Take a look at the newest HIV treatment set to hit South Africa's shores in 2019.
Today, we set out on our own after calling the Mail & Guardian home for more than half a decade.
From how to spice up your sex life to the more mundane, “does this look weird to you”, there are some questions you just don’t want to ask your friends and family. Relax. Now, there’s an app for that.
Inside the Kenyan village that began as a refuge for survivors of sexual violence.
Women who have been forced to go without their usual birth control shot are now facing the consequences of months-long shortages.
Zimbabwe’s tight abortion laws aren’t curbing demand, they’re driving them underground — and it’s about to get worse.
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.
Obstetrician Eddie Mhlanga often had to attend to women who had unsafe abortions during apartheid, when abortion was illegal in South Africa.
Are faith-based NGOs breaking the law when they refuse to give women information on where to terminate their pregnancies?
We teamed up with readers and translators to create some of the first graphics ever on abortion in all South Africa's official languages.
The damage caused by the controversial US policy will only start showing when it’s too late to reverse it, activists and researchers argue.
In the war on women's bodies, the casualties stretch far beyond US' 50 states.
When religion trumps science in medicine, women's bodies and Constitutional rights may be caught in the crossfire.
When bringing a new life into the world risks taking another, even old traditions have to adopt new ways.