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What do fishermen, bees and have in common? Find out via .
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[PODCAST] Robin was raised among sex workers. Now she fights for their rights via .
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“If you get raped, you can’t call the police because they would arrest you and probably rape you too.”
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After Echo: "Life for many young women navigating puberty and entering womanhood is gruesome. Many are forced into sex and left to carry the shame."
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What if we thought of suicide like we think of cancer?
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A different kind of school camp: For every sick child in a ward, there’s often a brother, sister or cousin watching in the wings and even they need a little TLC.
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From booking plane tickets to making sure our journalists are on track with donor targets: Go behind the scenes at Bhekisisa with our programme associate .
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My precious: Why the quest for this ring could change everything for you, your vagina & your risk.
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"Internal 'complaints procedures' ask workers to trust the very management responsible for the abuses and ignore the power imbalance between workers and their supervisors, who may be perpetrators of abuse."
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If she hasn't called you, she's emailed or texted you – probably more than once – to find out if you're planning to attend one of our policy dialogues. Meet our programme associate.
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Medicine in the line of fire: First we took you on a ride-along with Joburg’s EMS. Now, find out why more than 30 hospitals have reported security incidents this year alone in the last of a two-part series on security & medicine in SA.
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Part of her job is working behind the scenes to help our reporters do their jobs. Meet Bhekisisa’s innovative programme associate in the latest instalment of .
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Less is more, even when it comes to medical treatment, experts say. Find out why via .
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From Hollywood to civil society to the factory floor: Processes to protect sexual harassment victims can't rely on management that created the problem in the first place.
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Crisis of confidence: How much of the public really trust scientists, doctors and nurses? The results of the latest global survey may shock you. MT
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[VIDEO] Forced abortion: When this woman fell pregnant, her partner took matters into his own hands. What happened next will shock you. Watch the full video via .
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Reading, writing, clitoris? Find out how found her calling in what they left out of her medical school in this exclusive excerpt from her new book.
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The boys who lost their manhood – Bhekisisa via
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