Embattled travel operator al Mujaahiedeen has made its first refund to mu’tamireen who were affected by the company’s recent financial crisis, which effectively shut the company’s doors to future business. The payment was announced in a scheduled meeting at the offices of al Mujaahiedeen, between the founder and CEO of[…]
More than two months has lapsed since mu’tamireen were scheduled to perform umrah with Al Mujaahiedeen, but the aggrieved pilgrims have not received a cent of the money owed to them. One of the 32 mu’tamireen, who was scheduled to travel at the end of December last year, Rogaya Hendricks[…]
By Yaseen Kippie One month has lapsed since 32 mu’tamireen, who were scheduled to travel with al-Mujaahiedeen for Umrah in late December 2017, were informed that payment on their flight tickets had defaulted. Adam Jainodien, president of the South African Travel and Haj Operators Association (SATHOA), informed VOC that they[…]
With South African families embarking on the Umrah pilgrimage during the holiday months, Haj and Umrah operator, Al Mujaahiedeen, has been suspended by the South African Travel and Haj Operators Association (SATHOA) following the cancellation of flights of 20 mu’tamireen, who were scheduled to leave on December 25, 2017. Chairperson of[…]
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