The artist reflects on the homecoming of his exhibition, and how it interacts with the gallery and its environment
The project’s closure six months ago forced some injecting drug users to share needles and risk infections such as HIV and Hepatitis C.
Find out how drug users banded together to use a simple injection to save thousands of lives.
Ebola wiped out nearly 10% of Liberia’s doctors and nurses. Take a look at life for those it left behind.
Activists say that at least one patient has been trying to get treatment since 2013.
A tale of two cities: Durban ditches drug users while Tshwane becomes the first city in SA to pioneer and fund new ways to keep them safe.
The virus’ resurgence, this time in a city of more than one-million people could set the scene for a fast-spreading disaster.
Sex workers tell of being tortured, including being beaten with sjamboks.
"Women are blamed for infertility when, in fact, as we know from research, it is quite often on the man’s side.”
Women who discard their newborns feel unsupported, often by the very professionals meant to counsel them.
Provincial health department has been put under administration as ministerial task team is deployed to the province.
Why Supra Mahumapelo may hold his fate and that of his province in his hands.
But will the country be able to half its maternal mortality ratio by 2030 – in time to achieve its sustainable development goal?
Misconceptions about HIV infection and injection drug use could shut down the only project working to curb it.
Terminally ill patients in the province have little access to pain relief, or basic care. Here’s one man’s story.
After being awarded damages, distraught families want more: the former Gauteng Health MEC must face criminal charges.
Catch every moment as Life Esidimeni families are told how much money they will get for the loss of their loved ones.
The families of the nearly 150 mental health patients who died in the Life Esidimeni tragedy will know today how much they will be compensated.
Both Life Esidimeni and Listeriosis exposed leadership cracks in our public health system. Are political leaders held accountable for their actions?
SA’s listeria epidemic is over. Take a look at the detectives who traced the epidemic’s source in this feature from our archives.
In Rwanda, schoolgirls can now buy locally produced, cheaper sanitary towels
Long before red flags were raised, this family fell victim to listeriosis. And this week, tragedy has struck again.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba didn’t cut state subsidies for private medical aid members outright but your pocket may still feel the pinch
‘Families should be compensated for trauma, but not for what the deceased went through’, says state advocate.
For those with breast cancer, a mastectomy may seem like the best option. But Joanna Moorhead is glad she chose less extensive surgery.
Picketing doctors and nurses in Limpopo could be just a taste of what’s to come as unions and government prepare to head to the bargaining table.
In times of famine, epidemic and hardship over the past 250 years, women have consistently outlived men, find researchers
Gauteng Premier David Makhura claims he didn’t know #LifeEsidimeni patients would be transferred to the care of NGOs. Perhaps he just didn’t listen.
Qedani Mahlangu’s department paid almost R60-million to the law firm that would later represent her in the run-up to arbitration.
The former Health MEC claims her subordinates withheld information from her. But she’s being accused
of misleading the legislature.
Mahlangu didn’t know many of the details of the doomed mental health project but says she deserves the credit for instituting the ombud investigation.
Activists warn new data shows government may have invested millions into the wrong female condom and may be on the verge of doing it again.