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An industry-wide probe into private healthcare seems likely, but stakeholders fear a witch hunt.
A global squabble over property rights could see the price of medicine soar in poor countries.
Why would young, single African women not take free drugs that could potentially save them from contracting a life-threatening infection?
Aids kills more people prematurely in SA than another other disease – in sharp contrast to two decades ago, which set them at just 12%.
Allocations for healthcare are set from an inequitable base that predates 1994. This means that rural areas continue to be inadequately provided for in the government's budget.
Immune boosters should not be substituted for real medication. Yet the claims on their packaging may seduce and persuade consumers.
Bhekisisa aims to improve health reporting not only at the M&G but also at media houses across the continent.
"Doctors collude to fix prices and there are too few competent specialists in private practice now."
Mia Malan speaks to the health minister and others in the healthcare sector about the guideline tariffs.
Health professionals are finding the state's planned guidelines for fees a bitter pill to swallow.
For 100 years Durban's non-profit McCord Hospital has been a beacon of hope for the poor. Now it has to rely on the state to survive.
Reducing maternal and newborn mortality has to be a priority if Africa is to reach its potential.
The kidnapping of young girls ignores the 'niceties' of a cultural practice.
An eighth-grade teenager shows how funky and strong her fight against a four-letter word is. Mia Malan reports.
Under Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi, SAs ARV programme has become the biggest in the world, a far cry from the beetroot-and-garlic approach of...
The health minister and UNAids are jumping the gun by not consulting activists.All Nanaki Mohajane’s sister, Masentle, wanted to do was to keep her...