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Disability in South Africa; Argentina: Nuclear Medicine

United Nations - "21st Century", is a half-hour, monthly news magazine series produced by United Nations Television. We focus on under-reported stories from around the world, told through the personal experiences of...

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My Dreams Are Huge: Disability In South Africa

United Nations - For South Africans with disabilities, achieving success and fulfilment can be a daunting prospect. But does that mean you can’t dream big? 21st Century: Episode #122 Script: http://www.un.org/webca...

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South Africa: Voices of a New Future

United Nations, May 2013 - South Africa - a country of great beauty and culture. But for more than 4 decades black and non-white South Africans lived under a brutal system of segregation - Apartheid. Denied the righ...

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South Africa: Rhinos Under Threat

United Nations, New York, 20 March 2013 - Black market demand for rhino horn, especially in the emerging economies in Asia, is posing a threat to Africa's rhinos. To prevent illegal poaching, the government of South A...

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South Africa: From Victim to Victor

United Nations, December 2012 - In South Africa, one group of women, lesbians, are especially at risk. They're the target of a particularly heinous crime, "curative" or "corrective" rape, which perpetrators believe w...

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South Africa: Coal’s Lethal Legacy

United Nations - The world is becoming desperately short of fresh water, threatening our very survival. In South Africa, the country's water supply is at risk as the nation's energy needs grow. Blasts and dust clouds...

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South Africa: Coal’s Lethal Legacy

United Nations, New York, May 2012 - The world is becoming desperately short of fresh water, threatening our very survival. In South Africa, the country's water supply is at risk as the nation's energy needs grow. Ca...

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South Africa: Recycling for Cash

Creative entrepreneurs in South Africa are benefiting economically from recycling electronic waste by using it as raw materials for manufacturing. They're also refurbishing computers and selling them as cheap second-...

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South Africa: Tackling Tuberculosis

United Nations, New York, 7 December, 2010 - A virulent strain of drug-resistant Tuberculosis is hitting a growing number of people in a region of South Africa. Now, scientists are pushing ahead with a more efficient ...