The community healthworker system is in chaos, leaving vulnerable communities at risk.
The besieged MEC says the fact that protesters are still alive is proof of Free State health’s good work.
An open letter to ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe
The basic education minister claims the Limpopo textbook delay did not violate pupils’ rights.
The basic education department will appeal a court ruling despite hundreds of pupils not having all their textbooks months into the school year.
Rent arrears have shut a clinic's doors – just 500m from the Free State health MEC's office.
Have lessons from the 2012 textbook crisis led to reforms that will ensure it can't recur?
Three organisations have launched a handbook, "My Teacher Hurt Me, What Should I Do?", that aims to "manage sexual abuse in schools".
Activists says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan misrepresented the true state of the country's health in his budget speech.
Priority rescues must be planned for schools where pupils' safety and health are now at risk.
The SA Human Rights Commission and rights activists have called for the eradication of pit latrines at schools after a child died in one this week.
At least in one in every five public health facilities in the country has run out of HIV and/or TB drugs in the last two months, says a report.
Meals are back in 11 Limpopo schools after legal action, but the lost teaching time worries principals.
Despite government's national school feeding scheme, pupils at Tshinavhe Secondary School have been left hungry, says rights organisation Section27.
Hospitals and clinics are to be demolished and rebuilt to reboot the Eastern Cape's "broken" health system.
If the community stays vigilant, lives will be improved for many years.
NHI details are not clear but it is certain that the priveged few will have to do with less.
A report released by health activists details mismanagement and shortages in Mthatha.
Médecins Sans Frontières says in five months there has been no improvement with Eastern Cape HIV and TB drug stock-outs.