South Africa had weeks of violent protests and looting that left more than 300 people dead and property worth billions of rands ransacked. Article share tools FacebookWhat is the media like in South Africa?
South Africa is the continent's major media player, and its broadcasters and press reflect the diversity of its people. Established state-run and commercial TV broadcast nationally, and hundreds of thousands of viewers subscribe to satellite and cable.How many bodies have been found in South Africa?
The bodies of some 119 civilians are found by local officials - rebel forces deny responsibility. That's all from the BBC Africa Live page for now. There'll be an automated feed until we're with you again on Thursday morning.What is the history of South Africa?
South Africa-based MultiChoice markets satellite pay-TV in dozens of African countries. 1910 - Formation of Union of South Africa by former British colonies of the Cape and Natal, and the Boer republics of Transvaal, and Orange Free State. 1912 - Native National Congress founded, later renamed the African National Congress (ANC).