We need innovative thinking to address the burden of disease.
The province's embattled health department is due to investigate a hospital after critical medical supplies were found stored in a transit site.
The philanthropist says the rise of the continent will depend on whether its leaders are open to learning from each other, and from their own people.
Acts such as Malakoane's go beyond nepotism. They are simply the crudest and cruellest form of political arrogance and corruption.
This week holds the opportunity for us to show that we are serious about having a world where no child is born to die.
These stories show how complex health is in Mpumalanga, and how few opportunities there are for disempowered people to change their circumstances.
While many say the Free State health department's financial situation is dire, officials say "there's no problem at all".
The provincial health department has begun clamping down on negligence by doctors and nurses at state hospitals, with a focus on maternity wards.
Activists says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan misrepresented the true state of the country's health in his budget speech.
The Rural Health Advocacy Project says the budget was "disappointing" as it does not make provision for improvements in healthcare service delivery.
In her state of the province speech, Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane says more access to health care has been achieved as residents are healthier.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has left serious questions about the National Health Insurance scheme unanswered, writes Chris Archer.
Aid may often be criticised, but it works, says the Gates Foundation.
US President Barack Obama's long-awaited healthcare insurance marketplace launches on New Year's Day after a troubled rollout.
A new standard for global e-health has been achieved that allows for end-to-end, plug-and-play connectivity in personal connected health devices.
Health ministers from the G8 nations are meeting in London to tackle what experts warn is a 'dementia time-bomb' as the world's population ages.
Progress in healthcare and education indicates that South Africans' lives have improved, writes Busani Ngcaweni from the deputy president's office.
A person dies of TB every 25 seconds – and the disease is on the rise in South Africa. So who is fighting the battle for access to better treatments?