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Al-Rajhi: A billionaire ready to die!

By Dr. Khaled M. Batarfi It was my first visit to the Qassim region. The media tour was organized by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage. One of my favorite program highlights was the visit to two of the biggest palm tree farms in the world. One belongs ...

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Support the Awqaf SA Hajj Waqf

Don’t miss the Opportunity! Don’t miss the Awqaf SA Hajj Waqf Pledgeline! About the Awqaf SA Hajj Waqf Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is compulsory on those that can afford the sacred journey. But there are those who save for this ultimate journey all their ...

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Extra Maths tuition at Windsor Secondary, raising marks, raising hope

EXTRA Maths tuition over the Women’s Day long weekend, offered by NGO Awqaf South Africa in conjunction with the Alfred Duma Municipality in the Tugela District of KZN and the Department of Education, has injected hope into nearly 300 Grade 12 learners from eight surrounding schools. From getting marks as ...

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Cifca conducts a one day seminar on Waqf

By Mohammed Issa Dar es Salaam, Tanzania The Centre for Islamic Finance, Compliance and Advice (CIFCA), an Islamic Finance watchdog in Tanzania, recently conducted a one day seminar under a theme “Waqf Management, Its prospects and challenges in Tanzania”. The seminar which attracted a number of Muslim organizations that own ...

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Water, and hope, for Sabie schools in Mpumalanga

THE idea of 67 Minutes for Mandela – a call to global action based on Madiba’s 67 years of sacrifice for others – is a daily reality for NGOs in South Africa. And whilst many people willingly embrace the idea on 18 July that we all have the power to ...

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AWQAF SOUTH AFRICA GIFTS A WAQF ENDOWMENT TO PRESIDENT RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN AT MEETING OF MUSLIM LEADERS – JOHANNESBURG 26 JULY 2018

AWQAF SA PRESS STATEMENT: Awqaf South Africa extends a warm welcome to President Recep Tayyib Erdogan and First Lady Emine Erdogan on ftheir first presidential visit to South Africa and the 11th BRICS summit. Turkey remains the most prominent and stable democracy in its region with a recent 90% voter ...

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