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Survivor talks about spike in femicide in South Africa

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Survivor talks about spike in femicide in South Africa

Survivor talks about spike in femicide in South Africa

The World Health Organization says that femicide in South Africa is almost five times the global average, with sexual offences rising by 4.8 percent this year.

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