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Ramadaan Waqf Pledge 2019

Awqaf South Africa is dedicated to developing and promoting the divine institution of Waqf.Awqaf SA initiates and funds a variety of community development, infrastructure and poverty eradication projects and programmes in Health Care, Education, Social Cohesion, Leadership Development and other sustainable initiatives You too can help and benefit forever by making a Waqf NOW by donating cash, property, shares or any other assets no matter how small or big. Reap the benefit of an ongoing sadaqah jariyah. Be part of this Prophetic PRACTICE of changing lives and Pledge your support and establish your Waqf through Awqaf SA. On behalf of the Awqaf SA, Board of Trustees, management, staff and Ambassadors we wish our community a blessed Ramadaan Mubarak. May we be elevated to greater spiritual heights through our ibadah and consciousness of the plight of others. Awqaf SA… providing sustainable solutions… purely for the love of Allah.  Our Community Sovereign Fund. Day 1 Pledge line Make a Waqf / Sadaqah Jaariya Pledge and earn perpetual rewards. Tune into the Awqaf SA ITV pledge line: ITV channel 347 or via live stream: https://www.facebook.com/iTVNetworksSA/ ITV number: 011 086 7700/1/2/3 Event DetailsSaturday1 June 201921:00pm – 01:00am Make your pledge Via sms/WhatsApp: 084 786 0010 Email: pledge@awqafsa.org.za Web: www.awqafsa.org.za/pledge Donate via Payfast: https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/awqafsa Snapscan: https://pos.snapscan.io/qr/WCSC6347 Banking detailsFNBAccount Name: Awqaf SAAccount Number: 62052040145Branch code: 254005Ref: Cell number & your name Pledge via our easy to use Payfast facility Day 1 Pledge Form Loading…

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DEPUTY MINISTER OF BASIC EDUCATION ENDORSES AWQAF SA SCHOOL BOREHOLES.

The Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Mr. Enver Surty, accompanied Awqaf SA on a visit to Steenbok and Ekwenzeni Primary Schools in Mpumalanga to officiate at the hand-over of boreholes to six schools in the area. The primary schools, Steenbok, Ekwenzeni, Sizimisele, Mbangwane and Ikwekezi, belong to municipalities, which face challenges in supplying running water to the schools. These primary schools, situated close to the Mozambique and Swaziland borders in north-east Mpumalanga, had to end their days as early as 10 am due to potential health threats to learners. Some of the schools, situated in poor areas, even had to buy water, which stretched their already limited resources. The borehole project, commissioned by Awqaf SA and executed by the Crescent of Hope, was kick-started last year when Faizal Essack, a volunteer for both Awqaf SA and Crescent of Hope, said he received a call from local MP, Mr AF (Fish) Mahlalela that the schools were in dire need of reliable water supplies. Two schools, Lindani Primary and Memezela High School, received boreholes with the installation of a water tank and a reticulation system that also pumped the water into the municipal supply. The boreholes ensured that the schools had drinkable water, flushing toilets and irrigation for food gardens. In a follow up to the broader Awqaf SA borehole project, Deputy Minister Surty, addressed traditional leaders, municipal representatives, school principals and MP Mr AF (Fish) Mahlalela, saying that in the past year the state had built 600 schools, and had a ...

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