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Give a Fasting Certificate to your child

Awqaf SA has developed a programme for young children under the banner of “Children of Islam.” As part of this programme various Childrens’ activities are run in-conjunction with a other organizations to celebrate our youth and inculcate within them the values of Islam under the theme “Love, Learn & Live ...

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Support MSA Gala Dinner 1/9/2012 Sultan Bahu

  MSA Gala Dinner   The Muslim Students Association invites you to the not-to-be-missed gala evening supported by SANZAF and AWQAF SA. Join us for an unforgettable experience on Saturday 1st September 2012 at Sultan Bahu Hall at 6:00 pm. Enjoy delectable delights, memorable entertainment, including nasheed artist Waleed Bata, ...

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MSA spearheads Project IQra with Sanzaf & Awqaf SA

                      The Muslim Students Association (MSA) – the largest Muslim student representative body in the country in conjunction with the South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF)  and the National Awqaf Foundation of South Africa (Awqaf SA)  have embarked on the largest student driven educational development ...

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Eid Mubarak from Awqaf SA

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Youth distribute iftar packs

Local youth participated in an annual project initiated by Awqaf SA, Nurul Ain, The Muslim Judicial Council and the Turkish humanitarian organisation IHH by helping to package and distribute iftar meal packs to underprivileged Muslims in the Cape Peninsula.  Over 500 iftar and suhur packs were delivered to mosques in ...

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Mosque goes green for nature

Despite green being the colour used to represent Islam, many Muslims do not ‘Go Green’ in their daily lives, so the Youth Engineering the Future Trust aimes to change this. Five times a day Muslims around the world wash their hands and feet with water to perform wudhu (ablution) before ...

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