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5th Southern African Waqf Training 2017

27 – 29 October 2017/ 1439 /  Durban, South Africa Participant Feedback Venue: Coastlands Umhlanga Convention Centre Address: 329 Umhlanga Rocks Dr, Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga Rocks, 4000   Click here to view the latest programme. Day 1-3 Presentations, Waqf presentation videos  – click here   Jumuah recordings Moulana Taha Karaan – click here Moulana Abdul Khaliq Allie – click here Gala Dinner Audio ADV. Ab Mahomed – click here Photo Highlights   Day 1 & Day 2 – click here Day 3 – click here Presentations Mufti Zubair Bhayat – click here Dr. Osman Babiker – click here Shauket Fakie – click here Dr. Hisham Daftedar –  click here Dr. Shamsiah Abdul Karim – click here Zeinoul Cajee – click here Adv. Mahomed Vahed –  click here Hoosain Agjee – click here Shiraz Gany – click here Mohsien Hassiem – click here Dr. Osman Babiker Ahmed – click here Dr. Hisham Dafterdar – click here Dr. Elgoni – click here Ali Masango – click here Prof. ...

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Community borehole project

The aim of the Community Water project was to provide water to communities in remote parts of South Africa. A series of boreholes was installed and this was made possible with the generous sponsorship by the Ahmed Mohamed Baghlaf Waqf. The project was facilitated by Awqaf SA and Awqaf & Minors Affairs Foundation and coordinated by A.S Kader from Crescent of Hope, South Africa Water project at Lindani school. School based in Sabie, Simile location is no fee school. In the past the school had to adjourned early due to water shortages, this has impacted the school negatively. Since the borehole was installed the school has experienced no water shortages. Sizane Islamic Centre The centre is situated in Sizane, Nelspruit in the Mpumalanga province and serves a community of 60 to 70 families. A borehole was installed on the site and the water will be used for the Madressa pupils, ...

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Light Up Light Womens Foundation Waqf Workshop

Awqaf SA and the Light upon Light Women’s Foundation conducted a Waqf Workshop at the Islamia Auditorium on the 9 August 2017. The aim of the workshop was to share practical information on implementing Waqf. The event coincided with Women’s Day and the theme of the event touched on Women in the history of Islam that established Waqfs. Fatima Al Fihri Waqf Fatima Al-Fihri was the founder of – Al-Qarawiyyin – the oldest known University in the World where scholars were granted degrees after completing their studies. A patron of education and culture, her legacy continues to enrich unfolding generations and enlighten minds. Fatima Al Fihri Waqf Video Awqaf SA and the Light upon light Women’s Foundation conducted a Waqf Workshop at the Islamia Auditorium on the 9 August 2017. The aim of the workshop was to share practical information on implementing Waqf. The event coincided with Women’s Day and ...

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Grade 7 Learners of Al Aqsa School contribute to “My Waqf”

PRESS RELEASE: Grade 7 Learners of Al Aqsa School contribute to “My Waqf” On Thursday, 7 August 2017, Grade 7 learners Al Aqsa School Extension 5 in Lenasia became the first to be recognised as My Waqf Donors. Each of the learners contributed around R100 into a lifelong My Waqf Account held in Awqaf SA. 27 Grade7 learners were presented with Waqf Certificates for their investments in everlasting charity. Brothers Zeinoul Abedien Cajee, Goolam Hoosen Kolia and Muhammad Ali Masango from Awqaf SA were present to award the certificates to the learners. In congratulating the learners, Br Zeinoul explained the concept to the 400 strong learners and educators of the school. “The Waqf is an Islamic permanent charitable endowment which has perpetual benefits and Thawaab. Its like planting a seed. The seed grows into a tree. The tree produces fruit. More seeds are produced. More trees are grown. The fruit ...

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Judge Raymond and Suleman Bux Reunion

Suleman Bux, now residing in Port Shepstone, recalls the very day he helped a young man and his family during tough times in the 1970s. WAY back in 1977, little did Ixopo supermarket owner Suleman Bux realise that a desperate young student he helped would eventually go on to become the second most powerful legal personality in the country. That ‘youth’ is now Judge Raymond Zondo, Deputy Chief Justice. Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng coaxed the heart-warming and inspirational tale out of Judge Zondo when he was being interviewed by a panel for the Deputy Chief Justice job earlier this year. The video clip is bound to bring a tear to your eye, as it did for Judge Zondo while he was remembering the generosity of a ‘Mr Moosa’ whom he thought had since died. However, he was desperate to follow his dream and study law.So he went to see ‘Mr ...

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