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Awqaf SA assists the Cape Flats Football Academy

This is a thank you letter that was received by Awqaf SA’s Deputy CEO Mickaeel Collier and we decided it publish it on our website to share the success stories of the Cape Flats Football Academy. Dear Mickaeel, This letter is a small and sincere gesture of thank you from Cape Flats Football Academy under 19 team and our management for our April 2017 tour to Qatar. With the assistance of so many companies, our City of Cape Town, our South African Embassy in Qatar, The Supreme Committee 2022 and private individuals the tour was a resounding success. The tour was also part of the players own personal development to enhance their understanding of life beyond the shores of South Africa, understanding different cultures and traditions. Awqaf SA, played a part to make this a reality, much appreciated. Over the next few months we will be doing one on one ...

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Palestine Waqf Fund

THE PALESTINE WAQF FUND or WAQF AL QUDS is a special designated and dedicated fund established by the NATIONAL AWQAF FOUNDATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (AWQAF SA). It is envisaged that the Waqf will benefit and address the needs of both present and future generations of Palestinian people. Waqf (pl Awqaf) is an Islamic Charitable Endowment created voluntarily in perpetuity by donors purely for the pleasure of Allah out of their generosity and feelings of goodwill to benefit charitable, religious, or humanitarian causes. Projects that The Palestine Waqf will fund through our partners on the ground that will benefit, inter alia, children, orphans, women, families, communities • Education • Art & Culture • Healthcare • Home furnishing • Infrastructure • Water, sanitation & electricity • Economic empowerment • The Palestine Museum, Cape Town. “ WAQF IS THE MOST ENDURING AND SUSTAINABLE OF ALL ISLAMIC CHARITIES” You make a pledge online, click ...

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Varsity Indaba – Career Guidance for School Learners

  The exciting and informative “Varsity Indaba”  held on the 27th April 2017 at the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) campus was well attended. Awqaf SA, Muslim Students Association (MSA)  and  and Muslim Youth of SA (MYSA) co-organised this career guidance day for Grade 11 and 12 learners. Top 6 students from different schools in Johannesburg were invited to this event. The varsity indaba commenced with Shakeel Garda welcoming the students and outlining the purpose of the event. There was much excitement and anticipation from the grade 11 and 12 learners including MSA student mentors who ensured a well-run program. Sershin Naicker from the Wits campus registrar gave a clear outline to students of the requirements for each degree with the step by step process of applying to university. MSA Union president gave students further insight as to what MSA is about. Naeema Ramadan, Awqaf SA Youth Ambassador, then engaged ...

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Awqaf SA Support SADN Student Project

Awqaf SA supported the South African Dawah Network’s project to assist 23 students from the emerging communities with registration fees.   SADN Transport from hostels Aid with registration Boarding Text books funding

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Awqaf SA supports Prince Xulu Rugby Academy

The presentation of the rugby kits to the Prince Xulu Rugby Academy took place in Durban, KZN. The Academy has a MOU with the Bretttonwood High School whereby the Academy uses the sports facilities of the (previously Model C) School and provides rugby training for the students from the School and a few other neighbouring schools. Both the School and the Academy were highly appreciative of the donation. There was briefing session with Mr Xulu regarding the history of the academy. He stated the objective was to take rugby to the disadvantaged areas. He also stated that the Academy is the only one its kind in KZN. Awqaf might use this unique opportunity by using the platform of sport to build social cohesion and inspire student to pursue Rugby as a constructive past time which could develop into a career in Sport. In the photographs the following persons other than the students appear: The ...

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