Polo is seen as a sport for the rich. But as the South African rand has become cheaper recently, tourists flock to polo camps to learn the game, helping the South African economy to new heights.
The mainly-white and Afrikaans Solidarity union has taken industrial action against the share scheme introduced by petrochemicals company Sasol to benefit black staff. The union is also to launch legal action in the US.
South Africa's chief prosecutor has announced his decision to pursue corruption charges against Jacob Zuma. He said there are "reasonable prospects of a successful prosecution."
South Africa's new president has delivered a rousing state of the nation address promising to clamp down on corruption. Jacob Zuma was scheduled to deliver the speech, but resigned in disgrace two days ago.
South Africa's government pension fund has lost billions of rand by investing in conglomerate Steinhoff. DW talks to expert Wolfgang Drechsler about how such a disaster could happen and how much can still be saved.
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