Intonga stick fighting is a martial art that has been practiced in southern Africa for centuries. In several townships around Cape Town, stick fighting is making a comeback, and earning some people some money. Reporter Anders Kelto explains.
Jonathan Shapiro, known by his pen name, Zapiro, is the most widely recognized political cartoonist in South Africa. His cartoons challenge the leaders of this new democracy. The World's Carol Hills reports.
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.
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.
In South Africa, the government puts limits on life-sustaining kidney dialysis, and that puts medical professionals in a difficult position. Reporter Sheri Fink has the first in a four-part series on health care rationing around the world.
South African music is famous for its fusion of Western and indigenous sounds. A group of South African classical composers are taking inspiration from a native sound. Anders Kelto has this report from Cape Town.
Last month billionaire businessman Robert Gumede became the first black shareholder of a major South African rugby team. Today Gumede faces charges of corruption, as reporter Alex Elisieev in Johannesburg explains to host Marco Werman.