The Voice of the Cape is launching an exciting new community project competition! The station is looking to completely revamp the entire logo design and is looking for talented people to submit proposals. The station is opening this competition to ALL in the community for several reasons in addition to[…]
The picture post-card town of Paarl is set to come alive from the 5th – 7th April 2019 with the annual Boland Summer Festival. The event draws crowds of over 30 000 people from throughout the Drakenstein, Strand, Stellenbosch and the Mother City and is one not to be missed.[…]
By Anees Teladia The Wholesun Bread Cape Town Big Walk is just around the corner and will see participants experiencing a fun-filled day complete with a scenic route, live entertainment, food stalls and a prize-giving ceremony! This year, the Wholesun Bread Cape Town Big Walk has brought on an exciting[…]
By Zaahidah Meyer A national conference exclusive to the black Muslim community in South Africa has stirred up intense debate on social media. The South African Black Muslim Conference will be held at the Soweto amphitheatre from 19-21 April and is being organised by the Gauteng Muslim Shura Council. The[…]
By Warda Wilkinson The annual Wholesome Bread Cape Town Big Walk 2018 presented by Jive promises to be yet another fun filled event. The event, which is in it’s 18th year, is scheduled to take place on March 18, 2018, in support of four charities. The beneficiaries include the Al-Ikhlaas[…]
On Saturday, 16th December 2017, the ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah celebrate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, Milad al-Nabi, at the Nur-ul-Islam Mosque in Brand Street, Bredasdorp, Western Cape. The Mosque, which was completed last year is said to be the southernmost mosque in Africa. Milad al-Nabi is celebrated by Muslims[…]
With more communities affected by the current drought in South Africa, the Voice of the Cape has announced that it will be partnering with Shukrul Mubeen Masjid on a new water project to address the water scarcity. Five provinces have so far been declared disaster areas since the worst[…]
A group of 40 Capetonians have embarked on a unique tour of Indonesia with the aim of retracing the historical lineage of the local Cape Malay community. The group, who will be traveling under the banner of “Moulood 1437: In the Land of our Roots”, are also due to attend[…]
VOC has spent well over R1 million towards community outreach programmes in the 20 years of its existence, and that trend is set to continue with the opening of the 2015/2016 Bursary Fund. The annual drive, now in its 10th consecutive year, is one of the station’s biggest social investment[…]
The Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) is set to end its year-long 70th anniversary celebrations with a bang, bringing to a close a province-wide roadshow campaign as well as hosting several youth-orientated events. The next four weeks will mark an extremely busy period for the local ulema body. On Sunday it[…]
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