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In a leaked audio, purportedly of ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile, which was sent to TimesLIVE, Mashatile has admitted that the party had planned to sack President Jacob Zuma after a meeting of its National Executive Committee (NEC), which was planned for yesterday, but cancelled the previous evening.
A right-wing extremist suspected of shooting six Africans in central Italy was aware of what he had done and exhibited no remorse, an Italian law enforcement official said yesterday. Luca Traini, 28, remained jailed as police investigated him on multiple counts of attempted murder with the aggravating circumstance of "racial hatred" for the Saturday attacks in the Italian city of Macerata. On line is Raffaela Marchetti, Senior Assistant Professor in International Relations at the School of Governance of LUISS and expert at Dialogue of Civilization Research Institute. Guest : Raffaelle Marchetti Position: Expert, Dialogue of Civilization Research Institute.
One month has lapsed since 32 mu’tamireen, who were scheduled to travel with Al-Mujaahiedeen in late December 2017, were informed that payment on their flight tickets had defaulted. VOC reporter Thakira Desai spoke to the president of the South African Travel and Haj Operators Association (SATHOA), Adam Jainodien, who discussed tomorrows scheduled meeting between SATHOA, the operator, and affected mu'tamireen.
South African mining magnate Patrice Motsepe was the guest speaker during Jumuah at the Darul Islam Mosque in Surrey Estate on Friday, 24 November 2017, where he engaged on the topic of the role of religion in society as well as South Africa's socio-political problems. Motsepe is the deputy chairman of Sanlam and chairman of African Rainbow Minerals. He is also the head of the Motsepe Foundation who, in association with more than 40 faith-based organisations, prominent traditional leaders and Kings will be praying for the success of South Africa at a National Prayer Day Ceremony on Sunday at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. World renowned International reciter Shaykh Abduragmaan Sadien delivered a Qira'ah, while the Arabic khutbah was delivered by Sheikh Riad Fataar. Take a listen to Motsepe's full lecture.
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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