Stop shifting blame to drinkers: lobby groups to alcohol industry


The alcohol industry’s use of ‘responsible drinking’ messages should be challenged as it shifts the blame of ...

Artificial intelligence unmasks Covid-19 hotspots


A home-grown cloud-enabled screening and communication app has been helping community health care workers in Mpumalanga ...

HIV paved way for Covid-19 vaccine development


Covid-19, which continues to claim lives around the globe, has taken the world by surprise just as HIV did in the late ...

Restricting drinking and smoking after lockdown will save many lives: experts


A leading expert on alcohol and drugs has warned that drastic measures to reduce the dependency on alcohol by many ...

Cape health loses war with senior doctors. Now it has to fork out R80m


‘It has probably spent about 13 times what it would have done had it accepted the original CCMA ruling’

Organic farm project rescues women from poverty


Meet the entrepreneurs who, with the help of AgriPlanner, are keeping the Cape well stocked with fresh produce

NHI could fail, warn health heads in Western Cape


They say it could easily make public health worse, not better

Fees protests take mental toll on medical students: study


UCT survey shows increased risk of depression and anxiety among those affected by the protests

Ubuntu drives many SA egg donors to give life freely


Research reveals money is not South Africans’ primary motivation for helping infertile women

Lonely Christmas looms after court’s ‘split’ decision on siblings


Two sisters and a brother at the centre of a custody row will be separated for the first time