The state's hopes for the nonsurgical circumcision device rest on its acceptance in initiation rituals.
Médecins Sans Frontières says in five months there has been no improvement with Eastern Cape HIV and TB drug stock-outs.
A new look at family planning, especially among teens in South Africa, is on the cards.
While HPV vaccines will save lives, target schoolgirls will be hard to reach.
The hunt is on for a new private sector partner with the expertise to set up a drug-making plan.
Prevenar and Rotarix have emptied paediatric wards but the coverage is still too low.
Suicides among teenagers are on the rise, but parents can be taught to spot the warning signs.
Patients go without key drugs as the province and suppliers trade blame for antiretroviral shortages.
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New medicine combines ARVs into one pill, making them easier to supply.
SA's gold mines are estimated to have the highest number of new TB cases in the world, making the disease a leading export to neighbouring countries.
An inaccurate figure that 28% of all schoolgirls in SA were infected with HIV has been reported as fact by a multitude of news agencies.
Rural areas have always been at the bottom of the list when it comes to healthcare and expenditure.
Mia Malan speaks to the health minister and others in the healthcare sector about the guideline tariffs.
Mia Malan speaks to the health minister and others in the healthcare sector about the guideline tariffs
Public-private partnerships play a crucial role in strengthening the healthcare systems in resource-deprived regions of Africa.
A laboratory technologist or technician makes a significant contribution to the patient in a hospital.
GeneXpert MTB/RIF test provides hope for clinicians and laboratory workers trying to manage TB.
Barry Schoub received the ASLM Lifetime Achievement Award
Strengthening the health systems of African countries in the sub-Saharan region, will help move beyond the tipping point in their epidemics.