Alhamdullilah Awqaf SA in partnership with Diyanet vaqf Turkey, Sanzaf the MJC and Boland Islamic Council has just concluded it’s Amaanah of the during a Qurbani meat in the Emerging Community Qurbani Project 2016.
A Total of 1475 shares has been completed in South Africa, Mozambique and Angola totalling close to R2,4million. Over the past 3 days over 63 centres in Johannesburg and 24 centres received a total of 375 sheep in Gauteng and 53 cows across Cape Town and surrounding areas.
We also thank National Coordinatirs Hoosen Essof, Moulana Abdul Khaliq Allie, our logistics team headed by Ridah Hendricks and Rameez Adams (Cape Town) and Goolam and Muhsin Kolia (Gauteng), our slaughter crew headed by Moulana Abdurahmaan Abrahams and Moulana Ashraf Lamara our livestock crew headed by Hajjie Sulaiman and his team and our operations crew headed by Hajjie Ihsaan Allie and Zubayr Allie.
Over the past 3 days over 63 centres in Johannesburg and 24 centres received a total of 375 sheep in Gauteng and 53 cows across Cape Town and surrounding areas.
The joy that this Emerging Community Qurbani project has brought to the hearts of the community cannot be measured and will stay with us for a lifetime. Amongst the most memorable highlights was the slaughter at Al Waagah Institute for the Deaf and a brother in Khayaletsha that walked in to the activity at the Qurbani and embraced Islam. JazakaAllah khair to all for support and well wishes
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