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A series of racist comments posted online have angered South Africans and led to calls for legal action. The controversy sparked the viral hashtag, #RacismMustFall.
A majority of South Africans believe corruption is on the rise, despite reports that say otherwise – a reason many are now calling for President Zuma’s resignation.
The Olympic athlete has been found guilty of murder after an appeals court overturned an earlier manslaughter verdict.
South African history has shortchanged past generations of female anti-apartheid activists. A new crop of young women leaders refuses to be silenced.
Demonstrations this week surfaced long-simmering national issues of access and inclusion that many students still want addressed.
Johannesburg's Rand Club has hosted elites for more than a century. But a changing downtown and the institution's association with white South Africa has made it difficult to attract members.
Noah chose to keep much of the show's old format on his first run Monday night. 'The Daily Show' officially debuts in South Africa tonight.
At Shakaland, visitors experience a working model of a 19th-century Zulu homestead. But such outlets raise questions about the best way to teach about South Africa's traditional past – and who benefits.
A self-proclaimed redneck farming couple has taken in nearly 150 desperate migrants on their hillside farm near Durban amid anti-foreign violence.
But nine other tourists arrested in Inner Mongolia on a 47-day visit to ancient sites are being held on charges of 'criminal wrongdoing.' Those due to be released are from South Africa and Britain.
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