Understanding invasive trees' ecology and history is crucial to developing effective management practices.
Distress is normally identified when a company is no longer profitable, when it's not a going concern anymore, when it has major problems.
The experiences of non-nationals in South Africa’s public health care system are more complex and varied than implied by the dominant discourse on "medical xenophobia"
Now is not the time to ease up the prevention effort, or decades of progress could be undone.
Effective health care interventions are very important for sub-Saharan Africa because the region has a high burden of vaccine-preventable diseases.
African literary prizes are slowly becoming more relevant and richer, thanks to writers organising on the continent.
HIV is a condition that must be managed, not just medically, but also socially, tackling stigma, social anxieties and the risks of disclosure.
New research supports kidney transplants from HIV-positive donors to recipients with HIV.
There's an urgent need for interventions to increase uptake of antiretroviral therapy and improve services for adolescents.
Not all droughts are the same and South Africa needs to have a targeted approach to each type.
Attitudes to banks are changing. This requires them to be more customer centric, and to take their role in society more seriously.
Private game farming isn't being managed in a socially or environmentally sustainable way.
The white liberal establishment, both inside and outside the Democratic Alliance, holds on to its race-blindness by distorting the South African idea of “non-racialism”.
Women have to push through barriers to access higher education.
The impact of climate change on agriculture and food production is clear: the sector will suffer. Here's what needs to be done.
When the University of Cape Town discovered skeletons in its archive that had been unethically obtained and used, they set about restoring justice to the bones and the community they came from.
Hidden heart conditions, like rheumatic heart disease, can have deadly consequences if not treated properly – or not treated at all.
Many of the most fundamental aspects of TB disease remain unknown. For example, after exposure to the organism that causes TB, why do only some people get infected and only some of those fall ill?
Late detection of breast cancer means treatment is often drastic and frightening for patients.
If South Africa focuses on getting more PhDs, universities will also increase other graduates in the pipeline.