Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one social entrepreneur's effort to help some unemployed find work in South Africa amid a massive jobless problem.
As soccer's biggest tournament gets underway in South Africa, Ray Suarez gets the rundown of day one at the World Cup -- and a look at the coming month of matches -- from sports writers Christine Brennan and David Hirshey.
As Johannesburg prepares for the first match of the World Cup, Ray Suarez talks to Fred de Sam Lazaro about how hosting the world's biggest sporting event is playing out in South Africa.
Ahead of Friday's World Cup kick-off in South Africa, Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Johannesburg about what hosting the matches for the first time mean for national unity in the post-apartheid country.
In other news Friday, rescuers again struggled in their search to find four missing miners who were trapped by an explosion in a West Virginia coal mine on Monday. Also, thousands mourned those killed in this week's political violence in…
South Africa's new health minister is promoting testing, treatment and frank dialogue about HIV. But many challenges lie ahead in managing the epidemic, as Ray Suarez reports in the first of his three-part series of reports from South Africa.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Ray Suarez is reporting in South Africa on global health issues. In this reporter's notebook, he reflects on the deep history and continued legacy of racial prejudice in South Africa, and the signs of progress he has seen during his…
Helen Suzman, the South African anti-apartheid activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee has died at her home in Johannesburg at age 91. The NewsHour's Robert MacNeil discussed her views in a 1989 interview.
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