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Dozens of health workers still unemployed as departments scramble for posts
Dozens of health workers still unemployed as departments scramble for posts
Doctors and nurses aren’t the only health professionals looking for work amid what experts say are cost-cutting measures in health departments....
Watch list: Four things that could change healthcare as we know it
Watch list: Four things that could change healthcare as we know it
Technology is fast changing the way we think about healthcare, from tailor-made medicines to genetic make-up and virtual doctor rooms.
Bitter exchanges sour sweet talk
Bitter exchanges sour sweet talk
On the way to work on Monday, I turned around to find my two-year-old sucking happily on a discarded sugar sachet, with another clutched tightly in...
Could this country be among the world's best for refugees?
Could this country be among the world's best for refugees?
A heady mix of Afrobeat and traditional South Sudanese folk music hangs over the jumbled stalls and makeshift corrugated iron shops that form the...
Will quackery guide Trump's global health policy?
Will quackery guide Trump's global health policy?
In 2016, the US gave about $6.6-billion in international HIV funding making it one of the largest funders of HIV programmes globally, according to...
​Africans fear Trump will cut health funds
​Africans fear Trump will cut health funds
Funding for vital HIV-prevention programmes could be adversely affected under a Donald Trump presidency.
Lift the veil on drug pricing and trade agreements, the UN urges companies and states
Lift the veil on drug pricing and trade agreements, the UN urges companies and states
A United Nations panel has called for pharmaceutical companies and governments to be more transparent about drug prices and closed door trade...
MSF’s Fezile Kanju – focused on saving the lives of mothers and children in Pakistan
MSF’s Fezile Kanju – focused on saving the lives of mothers and children in Pakistan
Part of marking Women’s Month is celebrating South African women who work to save the lives and ensure the health of women and mothers worldwide....
Medical aid board says SA has no choice but to back NHI
Medical aid board says SA has no choice but to back NHI
South Africa’s healthcare system is not merely unviable or unsustainable, "it is at the brink...
[Video]Behind the tragic stories we cover
[Video]Behind the tragic stories we cover
Ever wondered how journalists report on such horrific stories? Ina Skosana explains the process.

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