Practical tips for umrah

With more South Africans performing umrah than ever before, new travellers will experience difficulty navigating their way around the holy cities, while trying to balance the pressure of gaining the most out of their spiritual journey. While umrah is considered the ‘minor pilgrimage’, the rites of passage can become overwhelming[…]

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Know your rights when eating out

Most shopping malls will see a boom in their trading during the festive season and food courts seem to brimming this time of the year. The wait at your favourite restaurant is longer as more and more people have money to splurge and indulge in their favourite food. Waiting for[…]

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D-Day for Matrics as exams commence

With the start of the National Senior Certificate Examinations on Monday, Grade 12 learners across the country face the most difficult period of their schooling career. The first paper written was Computer Application Technology (CAT) which did not consist of much theoretical work as it was based on practical performance.[…]

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‘Green’ Ramadan tips

A local group from the Claremont Main Road mosque are currently working on a three year pilot project amongst Muslim faith communities, in the hopes of raising awareness on environmental eco justice issues. Working under the flag ‘Muslims for Eco-Justice’, they recently held a workshop for madrassa teachers, in the[…]

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