COSAT is a science and technology high school teaching some of South Africa's poorest kids. Yet it has one of the highest graduation rates of any public high in the country. Its principal, Phadiela Cooper, is one reason why.
With rhinos on the verge of extinction, conservationists are turning to novel efforts to prevent poaching. Enforcement agents in South Africa are now using a DNA database to help them identify the origins of seized rhino horn.
African immigrants have been attacked in some South African neighborhoods in a recent wave of xenophobic violence, but now some South Africans have organized marches against the attacks, as Gretchen Wilson reports from Johannesburg.
It's been fourteen years since the African National Congress took power in South Africa under the leadership of Nelson Mandela. But now a split within its ranks has become an outright rebellion - and it could reshape the nation's political landscape.
South Africa has the continent's largest and most important economy. The World's Jason Margolis reports on what Jacob Zuma's expected election as South Africa's president could mean for the whole of Africa.
The ANC is the party of Nelson Mandela and the 'Rainbow Nation'. But the leader of the ANC's Youth League doesn't seem to be on board. Julius Malema is known for his fiery racial rhetoric. Laura Lynch reports.
The United States and Slovenia ended a very exciting World Cup match today in a tie at 2 goals apiece. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with William Troop, who's manning The World's Soccer bureau, about today's game.