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Lily Reed's the Dark Seed

The unbelievable story of Lily Reed, the survivor of a brutal gang rape. Lily is the author of ‘The Dark Seed’, in which she documents her rape in Malawi and her healing process. This riveting conversation chronicles Lily’s fateful night in 2012, how she’s learnt to pick up the pieces, and learning to live with more gratitude and without fear. VOC journalist Thakira Desai sat down with Lily as she reflected on her remarkable journey. [Note: This interview contains sensitive content]
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Revision Program - Mathematics Paper 1 breakdown

Guest: Nathier Abrahams Position: Founder Intune Tutoring In studio: 082 705 9913 Email: info@intunetutoring.co.za WWW: intunetutoring.co.za Twitter: @intunetutoring.co.za Instagram: @intunetutoring.co.za Facebook: Intune Tutoring
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JUL

Focus on Al Aqsa

As Israeli officials moved to "gradually reopen" the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem for afternoon prayers Sunday after three days of closure, officials from the Islamic Endowment (Waqf) that runs the holy site refused to pass through new metal detectors that were installed at the compound's entrances -- though Israeli police said at least 200 people had entered. The attempt to reopen the compound came upon an order from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after it had been closed following a deadly shooting attack inside the compound that left two Israeli border policemen killed and three Palestinian assailants shot dead on Friday. For the first time since 1967, no Jumuah was held at Al Aqsa and no prayers for two days. In the next hour, we unpack the latest developments
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JUL

Focus on Al Aqsa: part 2

As Israeli officials moved to "gradually reopen" the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem for afternoon prayers Sunday after three days of closure, officials from the Islamic Endowment (Waqf) that runs the holy site refused to pass through new metal detectors that were installed at the compound's entrances -- though Israeli police said at least 200 people had entered. The attempt to reopen the compound came upon an order from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after it had been closed following a deadly shooting attack inside the compound that left two Israeli border policemen killed and three Palestinian assailants shot dead on Friday. In the next hour, we look at the latest developments
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JUL

Dr Abeer Ahmed Zayyad shares the latest on Al Aqsa

On Sunday, VOC spoke to Palestinian archeologist Dr Abeer Ahmed Zayyad who lives close to Masjidul Aqsa. She visited SA in April this year. Dr Abeer holds a Masters Degree in Archaeology and has been involved in the preservation of Masjidul Aqsa and its surrounding areas. She has been deeply involved in exposing an Israeli narrative aimed at usurping the Noble Sanctuary for Zionist objectives.

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