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[…]
Prominent Palestinian human rights activists Lema Nazeeh will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) from the 1st to 7th of April. Nazeeh, who hails from the West Bank town of Ramallah, is a diplomat at the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has previously worked[…]
Non-Governmental Organisation Sharing Hope Foundation has committed to raising funds toward medical supplies for Palestinians on the Gaza Strip. The foundation will be hosting a Gala Dinner at the end of the month in solidarity with the Great March of Return. The Great March of Return is in commemoration of[…]
The life of Tuan Guru, one of the South African Muslim community’s most iconic figures, has been re-visited in a fascinating new book. “From the Spice Islands to Cape Town: The Life and Times of Tuan Guru”, is written by VOC presenter and journalist Shafiq Morton and brings to fruition[…]
The International Sacred Trusts Exhibition has been moved to Gatesville masjid, following objections that the original venue was non-compliant. The exhibition features the priceless relics of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), dating back 1,440 years. It was meant to be held at the Palestine Human Rights Centre in Woodstock. The Exhibition’s[…]
The City of Cape Town has opened the nominations process for the annual Neighbourhood Watch Awards. Now in its second year, the Neighbourhood Watch Awards celebrates and acknowledges the achievements and contributions of individuals and groups who help build safer communities in Cape Town. The nomination process will close on[…]
FOR the first time in its 367-year history, the Muslim community will be able to view priceless relics of the Prophet Muhammad, various historical items that date back 1,440 years to his lifetime. This is the legacy of a friendship between a custodian of these relics, Sayyid Ahmad Ehraz of[…]
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[…]
Cape Town should brace itself for the arrival of the esteemed UK scholar, Shaykh Hasan Ali. The British alim is on his first tour of South Africa, which has kicked off in Johannesburg. Shaykh Hasan Ali has been described as “down to earth, full of humour and is known as[…]
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