This current affairs programme reports on places around the world that just aren't really given enough air time on the news, so the vast majority don't even know the problems exist. Tonight, journalist Marcel Theroux is in South Africa, a country where at least 30 vehicles are carjacked every day. He heads to the administrative capital, Pretoria and goes on patrol with Andries Hlongwane, whose job at a private security firm involves tracking down stolen cars and routinely places him in dangerous situations with armed thieves. The pair find themselves in one or two hairy situations that would have Ross Kemp himself breaking out in a sweat I tells ya.