Men should spend on average 50 minutes more a day on household duties, report finds

Only then would men do 50% of the unpaid care work

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17 June 2021

Africa has a higher death rate among critically ill Covid-19 patients than anywhere else

The death rate was 48% compared to the global average of 32%

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21 May 2021

Funders of African health research are excluding Africans, say scientists

African scientists call on funders to “decolonise global health”

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15 April 2021

Covid-19: Cell phone study shows where infections take place

“Stop pussyfooting around funerals” says infectious disease professor

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14 January 2021

AIDS victories show what we can do if we try

We can do the same for Covid-19 and other diseases

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1 December 2020

Covid-19: The world’s unprecedented experiment

From this disaster we can emerge better

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17 March 2020

HIV drug studies offer patients more choices

But new regimens are not problem-free

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26 July 2019

One door of learning has opened, but the others are still firmly shut

Unless we fix the school system, the gains won by the #Feesmustfall campaign will mean very little

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21 May 2019

Got a question? We’ll try to answer it

We’re answering questions about schools, social grants, banks, debt, difficult bosses, and even love (maybe)

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6 February 2019

Over 5 million social grant beneficiaries to pay R10 “bank charge”

SASSA assures MPs that all grants will be paid from 1 April

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28 March 2018

Home Affairs extends deadline for new Zimbabwe Exemption Permit

Applicants have until 15 February to complete the process

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1 February 2018

Komape trial shows state at most callous, and other stories

GroundUp’s stories from the past seven days

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24 November 2017

How two teachers helped George Bizos become a lawyer

A story for his 90th birthday

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14 November 2017

Tokyo Sexwale’s report frustrates Palestinian hopes

FIFA allowed off the hook by struggle veteran’s failure to take legally correct and just stand on Israeli occupation

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10 November 2017

How to fix the academic peer review system

And the crux of the solution is that a hundred thousand journals need to die

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3 August 2017