South Africans are ecstatic about Barack Obama's success in the presidential election. But as Rhoda Metcalfe reports from Capetown, there's also admiration for a system where the losing candidate admits defeat so graciously.
South Africa's former leaders were criticized for downplaying the AIDS epidemic there. Now a new president and a new health minister are taking a different approach to fighting the disease. Rhoda Metcalfe reports on The World.
Rhoda Metcalfe reports on an elite crime-fighting agency in South Africa known as "The Scorpions,ï¿½ but although the unit has been successful, the government has decided to close it down.
Abalone is considered a seafood delicacy and an aphrodisiac in Asia and it's found in South African waters, but the demand for the small sea snail is so great, that South Africa's abalone is threatened
Rhoda Metcalfe reports that South Africa's president has suspended the national police chief amid corruption charges, and critics say the move was long overdue.