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Cape MSA calls for Muslim response to G-BV

The Muslim Students Association’s (MSA) Cape chapter has come out in support of victims of femicide and sexual assault. Speaking to VOC, vice chairperson of the MSA’s Cape chapter, Safiyyah Hattas called on Muslims to acknowledge and speak out against perpetrators of women and child abuse within Islamic communities. This[…]

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SANDF ‘just a bandage’ on crime: military expert

Now that President Cyril Ramaphosa has extended the term of the SANDF’s deployment in gang-infested areas in the Western Cape, many are breathing sighs of relief. However, analysts and several community activists are saying that the army is nothing more than a bandage covering the real issues facing communities, struggling[…]

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Sahuc elects new board at AGM

The South African Hajj and Umrah Council (SAHUC) has officially elected a new board this past weekend at the council’s annual general meeting. Sahuc AGM’s are normally closed, but members of the public are typically welcome to attend as observers – provided that they make the necessary arrangements. According to[…]

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Imam Haron exhibition opens

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[…]

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