Correspondent Rhoda Metcalfe reports on a controversy in South Africa surrounding a political cartoon. Jacob Zuma, the head of South Africa's ruling party, said today he's suing a political cartoonist for libel.
South African tenor, Siphiwo Ntshebe, the opera singer hand-picked by Nelson Mandela to perform at the opening ceremonies of the World Cup, died suddenly this week from acute bacterial meningitis. Anchor Marco Werman has more.
South Africa's ruling African National Congress exiled its controversial Youth League leader Julius Malema to the political wilderness Thursday. Marco Werman gets more from South African journalist, Milton Nkosi, who's covering the story.
One country supplies 75 percent of the world's platinum. Economic geologist Anthony Naldrett details how platinum from its mines at the Bushveld complex ends up in everything from catalytic converters to expensive bling.