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Diepsloot: One of South Africa’s poorest townships

About 350,000 people live in the township of Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg. Poverty is rampant, but its residents dream of a time when they can own their own land. Watch the latest episode of Crossing The Line from South Africa https://youtu.be/Iqou9uedjb4

Five things you need to know about South Africa's EFF party leader Julius Malema

Five things you need to know about South Africa's EFF party leader Julius Malema

South Africa's farmers face attacks

South Africa's farmers face attacks

South Africa's EFF leader Julius Malema says there could be an 'unled revolution in the country'

South Africa's EFF leader Julius Malema says there could be an 'unled revolution in the country'

South Africa considers seizing land from white owners

South Africa considers seizing land from white owners

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Exclusive: Yanis Varoufakis will run as Greece’s Prime Minister

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Kosovo's Warrior Leaders | Crossing The Line

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