Not too long ago South Africa unwillingly held the media spotlight, harangued for its archaic policies and embargoed as a result. Little Steven and Tracey Chapman sang in protest of the country's long-existing Apartheid administration, and high school students --- like myself --- wrote vehement term papers lambasting one of Africa's most prosperous countries for having race specific shantytowns. Then, the old regime resigned and Nelson Mandela was released from prison to lead the country. The controversy seemingly ceased, and the newsreel ended.
But South Africa's upheaval and unraveling st