Bill Gates was at the International Aids Conference this week. He spent time with five African journalists. Here is what they wanted to know.
The country's yellow fever outbreak is a timely reminder that African countries can't get complacent with their vaccination efforts.
With its expansion to the rest Africa, the Bhekisisa health reporting team is growing.
With a new donor on board, Bhekisisa will be covering the continent's health issues at source – their new website launches today!
This continent will be worst affected by climate change, the philanthropist warned in an interview with the Mail & Guardian.
Increasing access to health services will prevent many mothers and newborn babies from dying.
Bill and Melinda Gates believe poor people's live will change rapidly in the near future. M&G's Health reporter Amy Green speaks to Bill Gates.
Philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates released their annual letter on Thursday. In it, they predict what the world would look like by 2030.
Aid may often be criticised, but it works, says the Gates Foundation.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has partnered with SA institutions to develop new medicines and vaccines for HIV, TB and malaria.
Family planning is not a luxury to everyone. Melinda Gates talks about why she has dedicated so much of her time to helping women plan their families.
An effective healthcare system will free up donor money for more desperate countries.
With World Immunisation Week (April 20 – 26) drawing attention to vaccinations, Nicky Willemse turned the spotlight on Dr Seth Berkley.
Aids kills more people prematurely in SA than another other disease – in sharp contrast to two decades ago, which set them at just 12%.
The long-acting implant contraceptive Jadelle is being made available at 50% of its original price to women in developing countries.
Bill Gates seems bent beneath a stronger gravity as he talks about the 'puzzle' that is South Africa's health system.
Meaningful progress has been made to overcome the continent's health hurdles, but more can be done through strong leadership, writes Bill Gates
If Bill Gates is excited about online education, you should be, too, suggests Anna Malczyk.