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A Phlebotomist with the National Health Laboratory Service is pictured outside the Pudumong Healthcare Centre in the North West Province, South Africa, during a routine visit on September 4, 2020. | Thomson Reuters Foundation/Gulshan Khan

The Quiet Frontline Battle of South Africa's Rural Nurses

In the 4,000 person village of Reivilo in South Africa's North West province, a small team of nurses with scant personal protective equipment fights the spread of coronavirus in a country with the highest numbers of positive cases on the continent.
Sithandekile Mlauzi, 29, a VSO volunteer sits with her notebook and tablet on her lap in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. 11 July 2020. | Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lungelo Ndlovu

Zimbabwean Youth Fight COVID-19 'Infodemic" with Social Media

Zimbabwean volunteers are going online to stop the spread of COVID-19 misinformation.
FILE PHOTO: Orthodox women walk along the street to attend a Friday evening prayer in Hawassa, Ethiopia, November 22, 2019. | REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri

Coronavirus Lockdowns Seen Increasing HIV Risk to Women and Girls

A global shift towards stemming coronavirus has silenced the fight against HIV for vulnerable groups like young women.
FILE PHOTO: Women hold placards as they protest against gender-based violence, outside the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 13, 2019. | REUTERS/Marius Bosch

Murders of South African Women Spark Outrage as Lockdown Eases

As South Africa's lockdown eases, a recent spate of brutal murders against women has sparked outrage and calls for justice.
Wanea Mabele, mother of a measles patient, walks through the measles isolation ward in Boso-Manzi hospital in Mongala province in northern Democratic Republic of Congo February 29, 2020. Picture taken February 29, 2020. | REUTERS/Hereward Holland

Women Hit as Congo Faces Triple Threat of Coronavirus, Ebola and Measles

As measles, coronavirus and Ebola hit the Democratic Republic of Congo, women face stigma and delayed sexual health treatment.
Ndapewoshali Shapwanale during a talk show on Eagle FM in Windhoek, Namibia, April 2020.  | Shelleygan Petersen/Handout via Thomson Reuters Foundation

Africa's Female Journalists Use Radio to Dispel Coronavirus Fake News and Sexism

In different African countries, female radio hosts are using their shows to reach rural areas and fight COVID-19 myths.
Gravediggers work during a mass burial of people who passed away due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Brazil May 13, 2020. | REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

South Africa Prepares to Protect Groundwater from Coronavirus Mass Graves

Authorities are trying to ensure a surge in deaths doesn't lead to unplanned mass burials that could contaminate water supplies.
A woman wearing a protective mask is seen at a liquour shop after Bangkok and several other provinces announced a 10-day ban on alcohol sale starting April 10 during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Bangkok, Thailand, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/

Will Lockdown Alcohol Bans Affect Domestic Violence?

Several countries have banned alcohol sales during coronavirus lockdowns. But what impact, if any, will the measures have on abuse in the home?
A woman fetches water from a well in Warren Park suburb, Harare, Zimbabwe, September 24, 2019. | REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

In Parched Southern Africa, Coronavirus Spurs Action on Water Supply

As governments race to drill boreholes and fill up water tankers, residents want solutions that will last long after the pandemic.
RCHIVE PHOTO: Security guards keep watch at the entrance of a mine near Barberton, east of Johannesburg, February 5, 2016. | REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Fears Rise for Illegal South African Miners Hiding Underground in Virus Lockdown

South Africa's illegal miners fight hunger during lockdown by dodging police and digging for gold below ground.
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