Voice of the Cape

September2017

St Marks Church fire, a symbol of social degradation

The historic St. Marks Anglican Church, lauded as a symbol of standing the test of time against oppressive Apartheid policies, was set alight this week in an incident that has been widely condemned. On Wednesday, vandals petrol-bombed the church, setting a section of the  130-year-old land mark ablaze. The fire, which caused partial[…]

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Rohingya: US demands prosecution of Myanmar officials

The United States says action must be taken against Myanmar’s military leaders whose operations have forced 500,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee into Bangladesh. Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, accused Myanmar’s authorities on Thursday of carrying out “a brutal, sustained campaign to cleanse the country of an[…]

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Cape Town Leadership Conference set to Inspire

On Saturday, 30th September, all roads will lead to the Baxter Theatre where some of South Africa’s inspiring leaders will share their recipe of success at the AccidentalMuslims.com Leadership Conference, themed “Live with Purpose.” AccidentalMuslims.com is a movement whereby current and future leaders, in their respective professional and social fields,[…]

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Heat of Jaumul Tarawiyah

This forms part of a series of hajj stories written by South African hajj doctor, Salim Parker. More articles can be found at www.hajjdoctor.co.za The first day of Hajj and millions made their way to Mina from Makkah in the days when there were no restrictions on numbers. Most walked[…]

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