We track four people on their journey.
Zika virus: 'We have more questions than answers'
In 2006 South Africa we visit the 21-year-olds we first met as children, as they manage work, race relations and family.
12 Feb 2016 09:28 GMT | Human Rights, Africa, South Africa, Education
We follow the 20 South African children, now 14, as they talk about race, relationships, fear of violence, and God.
05 Feb 2016 07:57 GMT | Arts & Culture, Africa, South Africa
We revisit the 20 South African children first filmed in 1992, to see how love, money and violence colour their lives.
30 Jan 2016 10:53 GMT | Arts & Culture, Africa, South Africa
Meet a group of young South Africans as they grow up through the country's dramatic political changes.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 19 Jan 2014 12:06 GMT | Politics, Arts & Culture, Africa, South Africa
From joy to despair, the final film in this series takes a look at the lives of the characters we first met in 1992.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 18 Jan 2014 08:13 GMT | South Africa, Human Rights, Health, Africa, Aids
Now 28, the South Africans we first filmed as children give a unique insight into their adult lives and relationships.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 13 Jan 2014 08:01 GMT | Human Rights, Africa, South Africa
We follow the now 28-year-olds into adulthood and gain extraordinary insights into South Africa in 2013.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 04 Jan 2014 10:19 GMT | Human Rights, Arts & Culture, Africa, South Africa
In 2006, 12 years after apartheid ended - poverty, race and violence are issues that many South Africans still face.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 28 Dec 2013 12:50 GMT | Health, Human Rights, Africa, South Africa, Aids
An award-wining series tracks personal journeys of a diverse range of children who were born in apartheid South Africa.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 15 Dec 2013 14:12 GMT | South Africa, Child rights, Nelson Mandela, Africa, Poverty & Development
We follow the personal journeys of a diverse group of young South Africans, born into the apartheid era.
The South Africa 'Up' Series | 05 Dec 2013 15:22 GMT
Activist Maryam al-Khawaja in debate with Mansoor al-Arayedh, the chairman of the Gulf Council for Foreign Relations.
Human Rights, Bahrain, Arab Spring
As the WHO investigates the massive outbreak of microcephaly in Brazil, we travel to ground zero of the epidemic.
Health, Latin America, Brazil
Hundreds of Cambodian journalists make a living by uncovering news and then extorting bribes to bury the story.
Media, Journalism, Cambodia
How will improving relations between communist Cuba and the capitalist US affect the lives of people on both sides?
Politics, United States, Cuba