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As 8 million residents sit in lockdown, ripples from the pandemic are hitting South Africa’s supply chain. Helicopter pilots are volunteering to distribute food and supplies to those most in need.
The Mpondo people have inhabited South Africa’s “wild coast” for centuries; now their traditional way of life is under threat. Australian mining company MRC may win the rights to mine titanium on the site they call home.
Earth's dwindling rhino population stands on the brink of extinction - hunted for their horns to feed a predominantly wealthy Asian market, Kruger National Park in South Africa is a bastion against the poachers that would see the species wiped out. From the militarised anti-poaching units, to localised conservation efforts which call on the surrounding community to see value in these animals beyo…
In an effort to improve their physical and mental wellbeing, a group of elderly South African women decided to take up football. Now they have their own team, uniform and coach, and are loving every minute.
Most of South Africa’s black population still lives in poverty. Amidst spiralling crime, frustrated communities are forming vigilante groups to exert their own controversial brand of justice.
A 4 year investigation into South Africa's rhino poaching crisis involved going against some of the most nasty criminal networks. And alongside the rangers in South Africa’s rhino sanctuaries the filmmakers move directly into the firing line. Then to Asia where Stroop asks whether there's any basis to the horn's popularity as a cancer cure? This epic investigation exposes a unique panorama of the…
The complex question of land rights and expropriation has long blighted South Africa. With attacks on white farmers on the rise, many believe the aim is to terrorise them off the land.
This year Cape Town has come dangerously close to running out of water – the first major city to do so. Efforts to reduce water usage have doubled – but will this be enough to stave off 'Day Zero'?