VOC News has learnt that an embattled Johannesburg travel operator has been arrested. The matter relates to alleged umrah and hajj fraud. It’s believed the woman was arrested with her husband at her Lenasia home this morning. She’s currently being held at the Lenasia police station. A source has confirmed[…]
Disgruntled clients of Fazila Malek came together to offer her a lifeline in the form of a business rescue plan, however, the embattled travel operator has dismissed the offer. This is according to Johannesburg businessman Muhammad Mayet, who has taken up the cudgels on behalf of several pilgrims who did[…]
Shortly after arriving back from a hajj protocol meeting in Saudi Arabia, the South African Haj and Umrah Council (Sahuc) has released its list of accredited Hajj operators for the year 1441 / 2020. The regulator has announced that there will be 19 local Hajj operators who have been IATA[…]
The amount owed to disgruntled clients and money lenders by travel operator Fazila Malek from New Heights Travel has now reached R4 million, according to Muhammad Mayet. Two months ago, Malek became enshrouded in controversy after complaints against her were made public, with many accusing her of accepting the money[…]
A disgruntled client of New Heights Travel says he is unsatisfied with the answers given by company director Fazila Malek, who has failed to refund clients for umrah trips that did not materialize. VOC News has learnt that many mu’tamireen parted with their money, but due to changes in the[…]
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