A decade of Jacob Zuma has made South Africans more desperate but also more wary of politics and receptive to Siya Kolisi's brand of sincere, lived-in pragmatism, writes Cecelia Balfour.
About 18 months after a penis transplant, an American soldier was able to urinate without problems, have normal sensation in the penis, and have near-normal erections and the ability to achieve orgasm.
This comes after the world’s first successful penis transplant was done in December 2014 at Tygerberg Academic Hospital.
The mother of a 16-year-old boy has filed a damages claim worth R1.1m against a clinic doctor after what was supposed to be a routine circumcision left the teen without the tip of his penis, according to a report.
The partner of the recipient of the first penile transplant is pregnant, according to the surgeon that performed the surgery.
A centre in the United States is expected to perform a penile transplant soon, according to the surgeon who pioneered the world's first successful procedure in South Africa.
There should be a big push to prevent men from losing their penises during traditional circumcisions, says Tygerberg Hospital CEO, after the world's first successful penis transplant.
Straight after the announcement that South African doctors had performed the world's first successful penis transplant, we speak to Health24's resident doctor about the significance of the procedure.
The recipient of the world's first successful penis transplant is a 21-year-old man who lost his penis due to severe complications following a traditional circumcision, surgeons say.
The University of Stellenbosch’s faculty of medicine and health sciences has announced the performance of the world’s first successful penile transplant in Cape Town.
He spent years confused as doctors failed to diagnose him as intersex – now Anick finally has a penis grafted from skin on his forearm.
After a successful operation, the man who received America's first penis transplant is heading home.
Potential penis transplant recipients are so desperate that they “are not picky” about details such as size or colour, says Stellenbosch University urologist Professor Andre van der Merwe.
In today's news headlines: the NPA gets a new head, EFF threatens Zuma with court & men hoping for sex reassignment surgeries offer their penises for transplant.
Cape Town surgeons who carried out the world’s first successful penis transplant are now getting requests from men around the world who want the operation - or to become donors.
Health24's resident doctor Dr Owen J Wiese highlights three important points about the breakthrough transplant procedure.
The University of Stellenbosch’s medical department announced the performance of the world’s first successful penis transplant. News24 spoke to the incredible doctors involved. Watch.
In a ground-breaking operation, a team of pioneering surgeons from Stellenbosch University (SU) and Tygerberg Hospital performed the first successful penile transplant in the world.
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