South Africans Work to Improve Nation's Infrastructure Thousands of South Africans are now actively engaged in efforts to build schools, construct hospitals, create jobs and better counter the scourge of AIDS. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to two activists on the front lines in South Africa: Jacob Moatshe, who initiated a project called the Oukasie Development Trust, and Heetan Kalan, a South African who runs a non-profit South African environmental development organization called Groundwork USA.
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South Africans Work to Improve Nation's Infrastructure

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South Africans Work to Improve Nation's Infrastructure

South Africans Work to Improve Nation's Infrastructure

South Africans Work to Improve Nation's Infrastructure

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Thousands of South Africans are now actively engaged in efforts to build schools, construct hospitals, create jobs and better counter the scourge of AIDS. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to two activists on the front lines in South Africa: Jacob Moatshe, who initiated a project called the Oukasie Development Trust, and Heetan Kalan, a South African who runs a non-profit South African environmental development organization called Groundwork USA.