Drug dealers and users have moved one block further away from where they were
News | 15 October 2018
People living on the street say they will resist smear campaigns and persistent attempts to have them removed
News | 8 October 2018
Fuelled by rhetoric on crime, attitudes to beggars all over the country are hardening
Feature | 25 October 2017
It cannot be “business as usual for the liquor industry” says Medical Research Council researcher
News | 6 September 2017
For the first time, the plan includes input from drug users
News | 29 August 2017
SA Drug Policy Week kicks off in Cape Town
News | 2 August 2017
Harm reduction better than a police war on drugs, argues TB/HIV Care Association
Feature | 8 February 2017
Municipality spokesperson says “vagrants” are a “scourge”
Feature | 9 December 2016
South African hospitals need drastic reform to avoid disaster
News | 8 November 2016
Some charge R20 for a night in a filthy building
Feature | 4 October 2016
Homeless people in Observatory, Woodstock and Bellville have complained about a wave of law enforcement operations against them in the last two months.
Feature | 8 April 2015
A hacking cough comes from the motley group of people huddled together in a flimsy shack alongside the railway line near Woodstock’s industrial area. It could be from the smoke from the fire; it could be from the cigarette smoke that fills the shack – or it could be tuberculosis.
News | 10 October 2014
South Africa’s bid to provide universal health care through National Health Insurance (NHI) could fail if government does not learn lessons from other countries, a conference heard last week.
News | 6 October 2014
Sunday 31 August was International Overdose Awareness Day. Health workers in Cape Town have warned of a possible increase in drug overdoses and the spread of infectious diseases, including HIV, if the use of needles to inject drugs increases.
News | 2 September 2014