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Will villages across SA remain without water after elections?

May 13, 2019
Opinion & Commentary  

South Africans want actual change as the dust of elections settles, but will it come?

Elections Cheat Sheet: Your guide to a feminist vote

May 3, 2019
Opinion & Commentary  

Like many South African women and queer people, you may find yourself in a conundrum about which political party to give your “X” to on May 8. Here is Health-e’s quick cheat sheet to help you make a pro-women, pro-queer choice — developed in partnership with the #Yvote4U campaign.

Mpumalanga residents want emergency services prioritised

May 3, 2019
OurHealth  

As the country heads to the polls, some South Africans have mixed feelings about service delivery and the quality of health services in their communities. Health-e asked Mpumalanga residents what they thought about the province’s public clinics and hospitals.

Troubled Vuwani residents pledge to shun poll

April 30, 2019
OurHealth  

Many Vuwani residents have vowed to stay at home on 8 May because of severe water shortages, sewage spills, uncollected rubbish bins and lack of essential medication at their local clinics.

Broken promises leave women disillusioned ahead of elections

April 29, 2019
News  

As the country heads to the polls, young women and gender non-conforming people feel failed by the governing party and have little hope in its rivals.

#Elections2019: Who can solve SA’s drug policy problem?

April 29, 2019
News  

Drugs continue to devastate many lives and the people who use them are caught in a tug-of-war between morality and research. Do the country’s prominent political parties offer policies based on evidence, ideology or simply a lack of understanding?

More than plaster to fix rural healthcare

April 23, 2019
Features  

As the seasons change and summer becomes a more distant memory, May elections creep closer and closer for the country. Campaign posters line the roadways and fight for space on telephone poles of every city and village.