Roland Garros winner Novak Djokovic comes straight from his 19th Grand Slam title to his lead in the ATP tour rankings, the Serbian now secures nearly1970 points and is ahead of Russian Daniil Medvedev and spains Rafael Nadal in third. Stefanos Tsitsipas moves up one position to fourth in the[…]
Sharks Director of Rugby Gary Gold has named a 32-man squad who will depart for France on Monday, February 1 for a two match pre-season tour. The first match on tour will be against Toulon on Friday, February 5 followed by a match on Thursday, February 11 against Toulouse. Gold[…]
A group of 40 Capetonians have embarked on a unique tour of Indonesia with the aim of retracing the historical lineage of the local Cape Malay community. The group, who will be traveling under the banner of “Moulood 1437: In the Land of our Roots”, are also due to attend[…]
Under fire from the local pro-Palestinian fraternity over a recent visit to Israel, Congress of the People (COPE) leader, Mosiuoa ‘Terror’ Lekota has sought to play down concerns of alleged support for the Zionist state. Lekota was joined on the trip by party leaders of the IFP, ACDP, UDM and[…]
The South African chapter of the international NGO, Action Aid, together with various South African human rights and Palestine solidarity organisations hosted a visiting Palestinian humanitarian worker, activist and Action Aid Palestine representative, Ibrahim Ibraigheth. Ibraigheth is speaking at a series of events in Johannesburg this week with regards to[…]
A 25 man team from Islamic Relief South Africa (IRSA) is due to take part in the annual Cape Argus Cycle Tour event, scheduled to take place this coming Sunday. The initiative is being run under the banner of ‘The I Cycle Challenge’, and seeks to raise funds for IRSAs[…]
Famed Palestinian liberation fighter, Leila Khaled, is due to tour South Africa from the 7th to the 13th February 2015. She will be hosted by the Al-Quds Foundation of South Africa and Youth for al-Quds, in collaboration with the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC), and Boycott Divestment Sanctions South Africa (BDS).[…]
The Cape Town Muslim community will be treated to a series of lectures by Yemeni born scholar, Al Habib Umar bin Hafiz, who is in Cape Town between the 10th and 15th December. The scholar is hosted by the Mahhabah Foundation. A descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W), Hafiz is[…]
South Africa is set to play host to world renowned Palestinian-Canadian human rights lawyer, Diana Buttu, between the 6th and 14th October. She will be conducting a host of public lectures across the country, as well as taking part in a number of fundraising events. A former spokesperson for the[…]
The Tana Baru Trust will mark National Heritage Day by hosting an open day at one of Cape Town’s most iconic Islamic landmarks. They will be providing free guided tours to the Tana Baru cemetery, with the hope of educating the community to its historical significance. Situated at the top[…]
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