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A 2005 survey found that there were about 3,000 street children in Gauteng alone

Life on the street comes home

Thandi* Maringa had returned home after three years of living on the streets. Although she was safely home, she...

Taking treatment for multidrug-resistant TB can involve handfuls of pills for two years but Dr Khanyi Tshabalala urges patients to try and see treatment through.

No reason to skip a dose

HIV and tuberculosis remain leading causes of death in South Africa. Now, Anova Health Institute’s Dr Khanyi Tshabalala responds...

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