On Saturday evening about 100 people gathered at the Artscape Theatre in celebration of the International Peace College of South Africa’s (IPSA) annual banquet. The event was themed “Advancing Servant Leadership” and education expert Prof Jonathan Jansen was the keynote speaker. The main beneficiary of the gala dinner was the[…]
Prominent Cape Town scholar Dr Hoosain Ebrahim passed away on Friday at the age of 76 years old. Dr Ebrahim has over thirty years organisational and teaching experience and taught at the Islamic College of South Africa (ICOSA), The Institute of Islamic Shariah Studies, Jam-Iya-Tus-Sabr Madrasah and Adult classes, at[…]
By Yaseen Kippie The Rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in South Africa was the topic of discussion at IPSA’s 7th Annual Wasatiyyah symposium this past Saturday. The symposium took place at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town. With the emphasis on the root[…]
In a historic moment for the Cape Muslim community, the melodious verses of the Quran echoed through the chambers of the Castle of Good Hope, as hundreds came together for the first Jumuah prayer on Friday. The Jumuah will be led by Mufti Ibrahim Khalil Awadallah of Masjidul Al-Aqsa in[…]
Is South Africa vulnerable to ISIS activity on its soil? That’s the question experts will unpack at IPSA’s 7th Annual Wasatiyyah Symposium, to be held in Cape Town on Saturday 20 May under the theme ‘ISIS in South Africa? Measuring its Scope and Mitigating its Influence’. This year’s event is[…]
The International Peace College South Africa (IPSA) launched the inaugural Shaykh Yusuf Scholarship Waqf Endowment fund at its annual banquet dinner. IPSA together with their strategic partner AwqafSA hosted the annual fundraising banquet, which took place on Tuesday at the Conference and Exhibition Centre at Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. This year[…]
This weekend, the International Peace College South Africa (IPSA) hosted its 3rd Annual Women in Islam – Women in South Africa (WIWISA) Symposium. The event was hosted at its Rylands campus on Saturday, October 29, 2016. The annual WIWISA symposium forms part of the institutions broader campaign to promote dialogue[…]
Prospective students will have a chance to be introduced to IPSA and its offerings, as well as, to interact and engage with IPSA staff and its students at an upcoming Open Day. The International Peace College South Africa (IPSA) will be hosting an Open Day at its campus in Rylands,[…]
The International Peace College South Africa (IPSA) will be hosting its annual IPSA Women in Islam – Women in South Africa Symposium on campus this Saturday, 29 October. The WIWISA symposium is an important flagship event on IPSA’s annual academic calendar, as it initiates important conversations and engaging debates on[…]
This week, the Institute of Palestine and South Africa (IPSA) in collaboration with the In Transformation Initiative (ITI) have conducted the second session of the Forum for Dialogue for Palestine; ‘The Future of Palestine’s National Project’. While the initiative began in 2015, the first of the four sessions was hosted[…]
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