One of the leading activists from South Africa's anti-apartheid movement has launched a new party. Mamphela Ramphele says her party will challenge the ANC in the 2014 elections. Anchor Katy Clark gets details from The World's Anders Kelto in Cape Town.
In Nairobi, many street kids inhale glue for a cheap high, many of the dealers who sell them the glue are women. They're called Mama Pimas. The World's Anders Kelto met one Mama Pima who explains that she entered this illegal trade.
In post-apartheid South Africa, political party affiliation still mostly falls along racial lines. The Democratic Alliance, one of the country's two dominant parties, seen as a party of white and mixed-race voters, is trying to attract black voters.
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