The United Nations Climate Change conference currently underway will leave a lasting environmental legacy for Durban.
Special Assignment exposes some of the HIV/Aids ‘cures’ being peddled in KwaZulu-Natal – a province with one of the highest infection rates in the world.
President Jacob Zuma launched government’s new National Strategy Plan to fight HIV/Aids and TB in the Eastern Cape.
The HIV/Aids epidemic is believed to be stabilizing, but more needs to be done to prevent new infections.
SAfm reporters look at Aids in the military and Aids in Kenya.
Climate change will exacerbate the existing vulnerabilities of children in South Africa, according to a study.
The core of the struggle is between the country’s environmental and social health, writes Tristen Taylor.
The Climate Change Adaptation and Development Initiative has trained some 600 unemployed youth in the bee business to create opportunities for integrating climate change adaptation projects.
Desmond Tutu was born in Klerksdorp on 7 October 1931. His father was a primary school principal and his mother worked as a cleaner and a cook at a school for the blind.