Business4SA (B4SA) has expressed dismay at the temporary shutdown of unemployment relief funds, saying it has offered to help the labour department free of charge with capacity challenges impeding the payouts of lockdown aid. All payments of Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (Ters) benefits have been halted[…]
Following the announcement earlier this year, that the country would go into a hard lockdown due to the global coronavirus disease, many organisations and institutions had no choice but to shut their doors as they found themselves plunged into unprecedented times due to the virus. Non-Governmental Organizations are staring at[…]
South Africa’s National Treasury said it had met with the Black Business Council over concerns that a R200 billion loan guarantee scheme is not benefitting small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs). Last month President Cyril Ramaphosa said the National Treasury, the South African Reserve Bank and commercial banks had jointly[…]
Jack Warner, the embattled former Fifa vice-president at the centre of corruption charges, faces a new slew of allegations as more details emerge of payments that were reportedly diverted to bank accounts he controlled. In papers drawn up by US investigators and seen by the BBC, Warner is accused of[…]
The Discover Islam Centre (DIC), a locally funded organisation specialising in Islamic da’wah, has sought to take proactive steps to avoid a potential closure. The organisation is currently R1.6 million in arrears and has called on members of the community to come out in support of their efforts, to ensure[…]
The An Nur Sisterhood, comprising of some fifty women from the local Muslim community, used their resources and support to raise over R100 000 toward the Gaza Water Project. The group, ranging from young girls to mothers of the community, held a humble hand over ceremony at the Darul Naim[…]
Within two weeks since its launch, the Husami masjid in Cravenby has raised a whopping R120 000 for the Gaza Water Project. VOC in partnership with the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) and the Al Quds Foundation launched the humanitarian initiative last month to raise much needed funds for the war[…]
The Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) has warned against a scam doing the rounds on Facebook, using the name of the organisation and asking for funds on behalf of president Maulana Igsaan Hendricks. Hendricks said that they were alerted during the course of this week, that a Facebook page had been[…]
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