New treatment schedules for pregnant women and other patients are set to bring South Africa in line with the World Health Organisation’s guidelines.
A study has found that child-focused interventions have significantly reduced HIV-infection rates in children under the age of five.
An NGO is changing lives by giving prosthetic limbs to amputees from rural and poor areas.
Ivory Park's Operation Thiba Nyaope provides support for addicts and their affected families.
The HPCSA has announced that the sentencing of "Doctor Death", the former head of the apartheid government's chemical programme, has been postponed.
Human error and scant access to preventative measures continue to cause unintended pregnancies, many of which lead to abortion.
Stigma can ruin the lives of young mothers, but there is support available that can keep their futures bright.
The Gauteng health department has agreed to pay almost half-a-million rand to an HIV-positive woman after she was coercively sterilised.
The Treatment Action Campaign has criticised the ANC for what it says is the party's non-commitment to making condoms available at schools.
A department spends millions on buying goods, but fails to distribute it and then pays extra to dump it after realising it's past its sell-by date.