The life of South African anti-apartheid stalwart Imam Abdullah Haron will be brought to the stage this week as part of the 50th year commemoration of his death. Ashaheed Imam Haron was incarcerated on 28 May 1969 by the apartheid security branch, under the Terrorism Act 83 of 1967, for[…]
The Imam Abdullah Haron exhibition opened its doors to the public yesterday at the Dulcie September Civic Centre in Athlone. This mobile exhibition will proceed to the Al-Jamia Masjied in Stegman Road, Claremont and from there it will go on to visit 30 museums across the province. The event is[…]
Three local schools, Alexander Sinton High, Al Azhar High and Lwazi Primary in Gugulethu, enjoyed tree planting ceremonies to symbolise gender peace and to commemorate Arbor Week, which is celebrated at the beginning of September each year. Awqaf South Africa, an NGO that focuses on sustainable community growth, partnered with[…]
For the second year, Africa Halal Week will be held at the CTICC from the 7th – 9th of October. The event aims to showcase opportunities presented by the Halal market on the continent, with attention on the Halal industry in the Western Cape. Hosted in collaboration with the Western[…]
Another major cycle race is set to take Cape Town by storm next year, one with the sole purpose of raising awareness on global human rights. The 2020 Human Rights Cycle Tour was launched at the Kaaf Human Rights Centre in Woodstock at the weekend – the first of its[…]
Celebrating ten years of good food, good entertainment and ‘lekker geselskap’ – the Golden Hour Luncheon is back and like always, is pulling out all the stops! With September marking Heritage Month, the event will be themed around the celebration of Cape Malay culture. The event will take place on[…]
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[…]
An international art competition has been launched to honour South African icon Imam Abdullah Haron. The competition is the brainchild of the Imam Abdullah Haron Foundation and the South African Foundation for Islamic Arts (SAFIA) and forms part of a series of commemorative events to mark 50 years since his[…]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the death of the late and great Egyptian reciter Shaykh Muhammad Siddiq Al-Minshawi – a man who has inspired a generation of young Quranic reciters. On the 20th June 2019, the historic Auwal masjid in Bo-Kaap, where Islam was kept alive during the[…]
Informal professional networks and communities are important for any start-up business hoping to achieve entrepreneurial success. With more youth looking to become their own bosses, a new community initiative called Bizzhub Community was launched in March 2019 for young entrepreneurs – especially people that work from home. “It is a[…]
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