With the days of Hajj upon us and Eid Ul Adha just a stone throws away, many intend to make the sacrifice of Qurbani this year, but find themselves in extraordinary times living among the COVID-19 pandemic. Many are uncertain how to perform the Qurbani under the lockdown restrictions. VOC[…]
While Eid al-Adha celebrations come to a close, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has indicated that the qurbaan process remains a concern. Following last year’s inspections, in which at least 15 warnings were given to farm owners, the SPCA has this year increased its presence[…]
Over the past year, the issue of qurbani has garnered much attention following farm inspections conducted by the SPEAKS FOR, PROTECTS AND CARES FOR ANIMALS (SPCA) of the Cape of Good Hope. The organisation during the 2015 qurbani period inspected a number of farms where it witnessed that those conducting[…]
As Muslims prepare for Eid al-Adha celebrations, many performing qurbaan will want to share the meat of the animals that are sacrificed with the less fortunate. Given the dire need that those in war ravaged countries find themselves in, Al-Imdaad Foundation will for the second year be granting South Africans[…]
As the qurban period begins, the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) is excited to announce the third annual Waqf Al-Khayrat Qurban. The MJC and the Waqf Al-Khayrat in recent years entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Waqf Al-Khayraat, in a bid to develop intercontinental relations between the Muslim[…]
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