The rape and murder of a teenage girl has triggered protests in South Africa. Crowds gathered in the town of Bredasdorp where the rape occurred. And several South African radio stations have been broadcasting an intrusive beeping noise every four minutes.
The World Cup opens in South Africa in seven weeks. 360,000 foreign spectators are expected to bring their enthusiasm and money to South Africa. But some South Africans view the World Cup as a burden. We'll learn why from The World's Laura Lynch.
The new high-tech traffic lights in Johannesburg provide a big boost to those fighting traffic jams. But they are also a magnet for thieves. Sheldon Morais of Johannesburg's 702 Talk Radio tells anchor Lisa Mullins why.