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Our COVID-19 response can take a leaf out of our HIV strategy book. For a start, to focus on testing people...
Scientists Quarraisha and Salim Abdool Karim are helping guide South Africa's response to the coronavirus outbreak. Find out what they think is in store for the country in our first webinar with our executive director Mia Malan.
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize discusses the next phase of the country's response to COVID-19, including the lockdown and technical assistance from Cuba in the form of more than 150 health experts and doctors. Plus, health MECs update the country on the state of provincial responses in this briefing.
Recent investments in the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority mean it has now approved four tests for the new coronavirus.
South Africa needs to test 12 times more people per day for the new coronavirus than it currently does. Our testing...
The NHLS has only managed to do about 6 000 tests since the first case of the new coronavirus was reported...
In a grim news cycle, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s announcement yesterday that the country is evaluating rapid tests for the new...
This World TB Day, celebrations are going virtual. But South Africa has reason to celebrate its gains — and...
What if diagnosing South Africa’s deadliest disease was as simple as taking a drug store pregnancy test? That day might be...
Scroll down to read the latest trial results as part of our live blog from the UN's recent high level meeting on TB
Angelina might just have saved a life. But is there science to prove it?
Is getting all you need from one health team far fetched? Actually not. It's one field where the public health system beats the private one.
The global body heeds calls by SA health minister Aaron Motsoaledi for high-level meeting on age-old killer.
A programme with the health department sees motorbikes being used to deliver drugs to people in far-flung places who can't afford the fare.
The country has one of the highest tuberculosis burdens. But it is rapidly gaining access to new diagnostic tools and medicine for drug-resistant TB.
There are fears that, because the LAM measure is easily administered, it could be used when conditions call for more detailed analysis.
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