Gauteng health department suspends its chief financial officer following allegations of irregularities in departmental procurement processes.
Mothers blame themselves and their children can never give up their antiretrovirals.
Cerebral palsy does not only affect one person, it alters the lives of the family as well.
An estimated average of 15% of staff are absent on any given day - and only one in three people who do not go to work are actually physically ill.
Exclusive breast-feeding, introduced in line with WHO guidelines, has proven safe for babies if the mother is on antiretroviral treatment.
Stereotyping prevents men who sleep with other men from accessing proper treatment and prevention of HIV infection.
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.