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#SAAIDS2019: ‘Our lives, our dignity is not negotiable’

June 11, 2019
News  

Corruption and mismanagement are standing in the way of South Africa’s battle against HIV, say activists.

#SAAIDS2019: Trans teen shifts rural attitudes to LGBTQI

June 11, 2019
News  

Inspirational keynote speaker at the 2019 SA AIDS Conference sheds light on her journey to self-discovery growing up in a village in KZN.

#SAAIDS2019: When HIV and weight stigma collide

June 11, 2019
News  

The association of thinness with being sick still plagues society and continues to fuel HIV stigma, and possibly non-communicable diseases.

Officials vow to keep an eye on initiates

June 11, 2019
OurHealth  

Limpopo health officials will be monitoring initiation schools to ensure that there is complete compliance as the winter initiation school season begins.

Tongaat Hulett bosses must ‘pay back the money’

June 10, 2019
Opinion & Commentary  

The financial scandal of South Africa’s largest sugar producer hurts its blue-collar employees, who are already marginalised and at risk of non-communicable diseases, the most.

From farm to plate: Food safety is everyone’s business

June 7, 2019
News  

The United Nations has declared 7 June the first World Food Safety Day to strengthen efforts to ensure what we eat is safe.

Don’t misunderstand muti, says traditional healer

June 7, 2019
OurHealth  

For centuries Africans have relied on traditional medicine for healing, and even with the dominance of Western medicine, muti is still widely used in South Africa.