South African President Jacob Zuma now has three wives after his latest wedding today. South Africans are divided on their attitudes toward polygamy. Jeb Sharp speaks with South African professor Penny Andrews about reactions to multiple wives.
One country that didn't qualify for this year's World Cup is Belgium. But just because the Belgians aren't on the field doesn't mean they aren't in the field. Our technology correspondent Clark Boyd sent in this report.
And finally today, for those of you who thought that all South African music was Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Hugh Masekela, get ready for ear adjustment. With his newest album, Ashton Nyte recently left Johannesburg and made the move to St. Louis.
A new TV ad from the South Africa-based chicken restaurant chain, Nando's, is prompting laughs and raising some eye brows. The ad features look-a-likes for a slew of tyrants from Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe to the late Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.
Some news agencies are already saying the Pistorius trial could be South Africa's very own OJ Simpson-style trial. Host Aaron Schachter speaks with journalist Des Latham, news editor of SummitTV in Johannesburg.
The World Transplant Games are undeway. Team USA manager Gary Green says the competition features athletes from around the world who have a new lease on life thanks to organ transplants. But where are the games being held?
Yesterday was Pi Day, when nerds around the world celebrate the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. (Pi, of course, begins with 3.14, hence 3/14 is Pi Day.) On Wednesday, students at COSAT created posters to honor that most famous of non-repeating, irrational numbers.