Oscar Pistorius, the South African amputee athlete who runs on high-tech blades, is about to go on trial for the murder of his girlfriend. Many in his country view the tragic case as a morality tale. But what, exactly, is the moral?
Some news agencies are already saying the Pistorius trial could be South Africa's very own OJ Simpson-style trial. Host Aaron Schachter speaks with journalist Des Latham, news editor of SummitTV in Johannesburg.
Nelson Mandela led South Africa out of the apartheid era and on Tuesday, South Africa honored him by putting his face on the face of the country's money. The new, advanced security bills feature Africa's indigenous animals on the reverse side.