South Africa's former top cop gets a 15-year sentence for corruption. The BBC's Jonah Fisher tells David Baron how testimony detailed the police chief's clandestine shopping trips on the tab of one of the country's leading underworld figures.
Scientists in South Africa are promoting a bold proposal called 'test and treat'; it would test everyone for HIV every year and would put those who are infected on anti-retroviral drugs. But critics say it's unrealistic. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
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.
The vuvuzela was heard at every World Cup match in South Africa. Thousands of them in unison were annoying and dangerous to the ears. But there were pleasing sounds as well. Malian musician Vieux Farka Toure played in Johannesburg.