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  • SANZAF Caseworker Vacancy in Port Elizabeth +

    Click here for more Information SANZAF Caseworker Vacancy in Port Elizabeth Read More
  • SANZAF Honours the legacy of Nelson Mandela +

    SANZAF joins the global call to action that commemorates Nelson Mandela’s philosophy that each and every one of us has Read More
  • SANZAF Durban will be hosting the Annual Fitrah Hamper packing +

    SANZAF Durban will be hosting the Annual Fitrah Hamper packing in Phoenix tonight at 20h30 and tomorrow in Chatsworth at Read More
  • SANZAF Disaster Relief Appeal +

    SANZAF SA is on the ground responding to #KnysnaFires and #CapeStorm Drop off your contributions at our offices across the Read More
  • Tune in live to our Ramadan radio shows tomorrow on: +

    Al-Ansaar between 10h00 11h00 – http://radioalansaar.co.za/livestream.html  Radio 786 at 14h00 – http://www.radio786.co.za/  Cii from 15h00 – 15h30 – http://capeant.antfarm.co.za:8000/live-cii Read More
  • Support SANZAF Pietermaritzburg's Iftar programme +

    Support SANZAF Pietermaritzburg's Iftar programme, Insha-Allah. For more information contact Iqbal at: 033 397 9133 Read More
  • SANZAF Announces Fitrah and Fidyah amounts for Ramadan 1438 (May/June 2017) +

  • SANZAF GENERAL MANAGER VACANCY IN GAUTENG +

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  • SANZAF ushers in Ramadan with a Thikr at the Rahmaniyah Masjid in Steenberg, Cape Town +

    Tune in live at 19h30 to listen - Voice of the Cape - http://ndstream.net/vocfm/pc.htm Radio 786 - http://radio786.krypton.co.za/ Read More
  • Health is more Valuable than Wealth: SANZAF’s Wellness Day taking place at the Bridgetown office, tomorrow, 18 May 2017 +

    Studies have shown that people in good health are able to work more productively, placing emphasis on looking after yourself Read More
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  • Aid flows are up, but distribution to poorest countries slows down +

    The countries in most need, 45 million people, are Muslim. Photo Shafiq Morton WORLD DEVELOPMENT aid reached a new peak Read More
  • Abdul Sattar Edhi: the power of positive charity +

    AS a journalist I have to often deal with people complaining about the world – so much so that at Read More
  • Ramadan: counting the cost +

    RAMADAN, that heady month of spiritual activity, has come and gone. And now, the first six blessed days of Shawwal Read More
  • Thinking about Zakah +

    SHAYKH Hamza Yusuf of the well-known Zaytuna Institute in the US, gives an interactive lecture on the payment of Zakah, Read More
  • Sadaqah and Zakah at the Cape, much older than we think +

    Shaykh Nur ul-Mubeen, Oudekraal, a beneficiary of our first charity? Image © Shafiq Morton IT is my considered view that the Read More
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