South African Health Review (SAHR)
Since 1995, the South African Health Review (SAHR) has been an annual publication of the Health Systems Trust. Viewed as an authoritative and comprehensive publication, the SAHR provides a current and longer-term review of health policy developments and their implementation in South Africa, and monitors changes and challenges in the provision of equitable and accessible health care in the country.
The SAHR 2012/13 provides information on selected issues that are relevant to the six building blocks of health systems strengthening, the Negotiated Service Delivery Agreement and primary health care re-engineering. A range of experts provide commentary on topics such as social determinants of health, non-communicable diseases, climate change and occupational health. The Review also contains a section on core health issues where recent developments in health information, medicines selection and pricing and health legislation and policy are discussed.