For those at risk, taking a pill that can stop them from getting HIV is a ‘life-changing experience’
AU leaders show the continent and its international donors that a bold decision has been taken on financing and that it will be speedily implemented
Technology has cut diagnosis waiting times, getting infants on to treatment sooner.
Television star Debra Messing tells Bhekisisa's Demelza Bush why HIV is close to her heart.
Bhekisisa's director and editor, Mia Malan, reflects on the last time SA hosted the conference and what to expect from this year's event.
On May 22nd World Biodiversity Day was celebrated
Africa is one of the only two regions in the world achieving growth in FDI in 2015 with a seven percent rise in projects for the continent
Downstream industries of the diamond mining business, cutting and polishing firms feel the ripple effects of the global commodity slump
Shoprite Holdings Ltd. rose the most in almost eight years and its gains outside domestic market that is increasing profil
The rate of uptake of technology on the continent has been dizzying, but the pitfalls could be deeper if not anticipated.
Money is flowing in exchange for allowing countries – ironically including both Iran and Israel – to maintain military bases within its borders
Extremism and violence in Africa can be defeated – with lots of tolerance, and celebrating our diversity
As a young man, I converted to Islam, as did many, but not, all of my family
Africa exported almost $800 million of tomatoes in 2015, or about 10% of the world’s total
Proceeds from illegal logging to trafficking of hazardous waste and illicit gold mining funding rebel groups and criminal syndicates
More than 30,000 African elephants killed by poachers every year to supply illegal trade controlled by criminal gangs that feeds demand the Far East