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 ...Read More »
Arabic Calligraphy via Zoom Webinar - coming soon.
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 ...Read More »
The Waqf Academy is soon to be launched. This is an exciting venture where for the first time, online courses will be presented and moderated by a panel of experts. Go to www.waqfacademy.org to pre register for the Basic Introductory Waqf Studies module.Read More »
While all forms of sadaqah are commendable, one stands out as the most enduring: Waqf. The divine institution of waqf has its roots deeply implanted in Islamic shariah and Islamic Civilisation. From the time of the noble Prophet Muhammad ( Peace and Blessings be upon him) and bygone generations, ...Read More »
The Muslim Workgroup Committee (MWC) has for several years collected money from staff members of various Corporates and sympathizers during the holy month of Ramadaan to provide Eid food hampers to the destitute and needy. After much thought and deliberation at an historic meeting between the MWC and the National ...Read More »