The Republic of South Africa (RSA) is the southernmost country in Africa. Its population of 57 million people has a wide variety of cultures, languages, and religions.
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Land reform has been costly for the Zimbabwean economy. But not for Zambia, where agriculture has benefited from Zimbabwean white commercial farmers. Is this a cautionary tale for South Africa and its land reform plans?
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This week on WorldLink, we venture into an area of Baghdad that has previously housed both Saddam Hussein's regime and the US military, but has been closed to the public for 15 years. We also step inside Soweto's first adult shop and explore the legacy of Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran Archbishop assassinated in 1980.
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South Africa - Africa’s most developed economy - stands on the brink of disaster as the effects of ten years of misrule by Jacob Zuma sets in. The national energy company has imposed scheduled power outages to stave off a national black out, while the South African army has also been drafted in to save crumbling water infrastructure.