Medecins Sans Frontieres says that amid collapsing health systems, people in the countries worst affected are too afraid to report all Ebola cases.
With almost 50% of homeless people suffering from mental illnesses, according to a study, we spoke to four people who live on Durban's streets.
The World Health Organisation estimates that one in five pregnancies globally end in induced abortion.
Personal beliefs sometimes collide with healthcare providers’ professional responsibilities.
Despite increased efforts to improve child and maternal health, countries are still lagging behind in meeting their Millennium Development Goals.
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.