Rachel Dolezal's claims that she is black has opened a wide-reaching discussion about race. And no where is the story translating more than in South Africa where self-identification is nothing to take lightly.
COSAT is a science and technology high school teaching some of South Africa's poorest kids. Yet it has one of the highest graduation rates of any public high in the country. Its principal, Phadiela Cooper, is one reason why.
A South African design team has come up with a plan for building affordable housing -- using sandbags. But the houses may still cost more than the South African government can afford. Correspondent Terry Fitzpatrick reports for The World from Cape Town.
As South Africa prepares to host the World Cup in just under two months, it's promising a warm welcome for tourists from around the globe.But the welcome mat isn't out for everyone ï¿½ particularly foreign workers. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
French President Sarkozy and many in his country are not proud of their national team's performance at the World Cup in South Africa ? or their behavior. Marco Werman talks with Xavier Rivoire, editor of the weekly magazine 'France Football'
Hundreds of thousands of migrants from Zimbabwe have resettled in South Africa during the past four years. But many of them could face deportation unless they apply for a visa by close of business tomorrow. Anders Kelto reports from South Africa.