Female Boxing (11 photos)
Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, is overcrowded. Jobs are scarce and the youth is trying to find ways to make some money. A group of women hopes that boxing is their way out. The compete against each other, sometimes for money, sometimes for booze.
    Child Witches (12 photos)
The number of churches in the Democratic Republic of Congo is growing on a daily basis. Most of them are revival churches, led by Congolese men who acclaim being priests and prophets. In return for money, they perform exorcisms on 'bewitched' children, to heal them from evil spirits.
  Crushed Houses (7 photos)
Angola's economy is booming, but only a small amount of the Angolans benefit. Over 70% of the Angolans live in poverty, their capital, Luanda, is the most expensive one in the world.
    Angolan Elections (6 photos)
Former Rebel Party, Unita, is rallying in the capital of Angola, Luanda. In the end they didn't win the elections, MPLA did, again.
  Preparing for War (8 photos)
Some of the Afrikaners in South Africa are certain that there will be another civil war when Nelson Mandela dies. At special defense weekends they are taught how to defend themselves.
    Fashion over Food (7 photos)
They live in small houses, in slums in Kinshasa, the capital of Congo, DRC. They only care about Fashion labels, expensive clothing and Haute Couture. These remarkable people are called Sapeurs.
  AIDS on the Rise (8 photos)
Swaziland is a small Kingdom in Southern Africa. The country has the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the world. Because of this, a lot of children become orphans. A preschool in Lobamba feeds and educates these children.
    Former Headquarters (10 photos)
The former headquarters of the Angolan rebel party, Unita, in the capital Luanda, has been badly damaged during the war and is now home to squatters.
  Brink of extinction (7 photos)
The little landlocked country of Lesotho, in Southern Africa, is very remote. The people who live there, called Basotho, are on the brink of extinction. One of the reasons is AIDS. The Flying Doctors reach out the people in the remote villages.
    Afrikaner Blood (11 photos)
White South African teens wrestle with an uncertain identity. An extreme right-wing group, the Kommandokorps, is teaching young Afrikaners to eschew Nelson Mandela's vision of a multicultural rainbow nation.