|Vrydag||07:30||09:00||Sessie 1||Die Woord|
|Saterdag||09:00||10:30||Sessie 2||Die Woord en jou gees|
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On the windswept Cape Flats, some 20km southeast of the Cape Town city centre, lie the suburbs of Philippi, Mitchell's Plain, Nyanga, Khayelitsha and Manenberg. Some of the city's poorest residents live here.
Philippi is one of the larger townships in Cape Town although the exact size is unknown. Some estimates put the population at about 150 000 people but in truth these figures are far from accurate. The township is relatively new and is known to grow about 80% of Cape Town's vegetables in the farmland just outside the township. But despite this many residents still go to bed hungry. Socio-economic circumstances have led to the area growing on a daily basis, but most of the residents remain jobless.