SA humanitarian NGOs assist Beirut

Despite the restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, South African relief aid agencies are doing what they can to reach out to Lebanon and assist with the humanitarian catastrophe on the ground. Beirut has been devastated by a cataclysmic explosion at its harbour, that ripped through the city. Officials said[…]

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Donors and NGOs unite to create Muslims for Humanity

KZN based Muslim businessmen, professionals, donors and other humanitarians have joined together to create Muslims For Humanity, an initiative that will support and assist NGOs to reach as many needy people as possible. According to Muslims For Humanity interim coordinator and Willowton Group CEO, Mahomed Zubeir Moosa, Muslims For Humanity[…]

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Al-Imdaad to build 10,000 homes for Rohingya in Bangladesh

By Yaseen Kippie The Al-Imdaad Foundation has been given permission to construct ten thousand homes for displaced Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh by the country’s authorities. Qari Ziyaad Patel, a trustee of Al-Imdaad, visited the Bangladeshi regions which saw over 600 thousand Rohingyans flee their homes in Rakhine State, Myanmar. He[…]

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GOTG lends a hand to save Knysna’s bees

Not entirely satisfied with tackling the gravity of the human impact of last week’s disastrous fires in Knysna, the Gift of the Givers (GOTG) will now work towards rehabilitating the Cape Bee.  The massive fires in the Southern Cape wrecked claimed the lives of seven people, and destroyed homes, businesses,[…]

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Ebrahim Gangat joins Salaamedia

With over 16 years of professional, passionate and entertaining radio experience, legendary veteran radio personality, Ebrahim Gangat, has joined Salaamedia . Gangat, an icon in his own right, has been a main anchor in Islamic radio. His radio career has centered around prime time breakfast shows on two major Islamic stations[…]

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Ramadan: An eye opener

“This Ramadan will stay with me for a very long time. It was starkly different and at most times, intensely emotional. Every day was a reminder to me about the plight of the less fortunate in our community.” Those were the words of Islamic Relief South Africa (IRSA) ambassador, Irafaan[…]

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Muslim charities prep for cold Ramadan

With four out of 10 households in Cape Town’s poor areas without food at least once a week, it’s almost certain that Ramadan will be an added burden for Muslim families this year. The ever-increasing cost of food means that impoverished Muslims will have less to break their fast, only[…]

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