As the World Cup enters the semi-finals in South Africa, the country's poorer sections are left in the shadows of the soccer stadiums. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how one man has been attempting to bridge the digital divide…
The distinctive buzz of traditional South African vuvuzela stadium horns has sparked controversy at the matches and fascination on the Internet. A reporter with Independent Television News examines the noisy controversy from the World Cup.
French leaders and fans condemned their national soccer team, following players' refusal to practice on Sunday after a teammate's dismissal. Jeffrey Brown talks to Roger Bennett of ESPN.com for an update on the controversy from the World Cup in South…
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.
By PBS NewsHour
A breakaway faction of South Africa's ruling African National Congress will on Monday register as a new political party, named the South African Democratic Congress, a spokesman said.
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