02 March 2020 / 07 Rajab 1441
Nisáb = R5901.74
Silver = R09.64/g (R299.77/oz)
Gold = R918.35 /g (R28,563.93/oz)
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The South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) in collaboration with Jamiatul Ulama KZN - Project HELP and the Natal Memon Jamaat (NMJ) appeals to you for assistance with essential food items in response to the Covid19 pandemic
We urge you to dig deep and pay forward with your generous Lillah and Sadaqah contributions. We are bringing meaningful relief to the most vulnerable, destitute, poor and needy in our community. Together we can do more... share in the Baraka, In Shaa Allah.
Make your Impact by contributing towards our emergency response efforts. 'Hunger never sleeps'
SANZAF undertakes to spend 💯% of the funds received for this project.
Our Durban non-Zakah banking details...
a/c Name: SANZAF
First National Bank
a/c #: 50832176173
Br #: 250655
Reference : Your Name + Covid 19
NB: SANZAF will issue s18A tax certificates where required.
Date: Saturday 26 January 2018
Venue: North Beach (near old snake park)
Time: 2 – 4 PM
SANZAF’S Braille Awareness Programme commemorates the visually Impaired people, which use Braille as a form of written communication in various languages.
January is recognized as the month of Braille. In order to create an awareness SANZAF is hosting a Braille reading competition, extra curricula activities in the form of scrabble, dominos, chess and many others which stimulate the senses of the visually impaired.
We invite the community to join us for the programme taking place at Durban’s North Beach (near the old Snake Park) on Saturday 26 January 2018 at 14:00. This will enable you to have a better understanding of the challenges that visually impaired people experience to access information which we take for granted.
For more information, contact – 031 309 6786
Support SANZAF #GIVESHOPE campaign
SANZAF Durban hosted an Open Day at their Chef School on Saturday the 9th of December 2018. Interested students attended to see how the Chef Course can make an impact in their lives.The course provides students who are passionate about having a career in the food and hospitality industry but do not have the resources to enrol at other hospitality institutions. It includes six months of theoretical training and six months of practical training where students are placed at selected hotels and restaurants in Durban.
The course is recognised by the South African Chefs Association and since the first intake in 2010, has led to the full time employment of 164 students.
Pictured here are SANZAF Graduates Imraan Sithole, currently employed at Elangeni Main Kitchen and Suhayl Pochee,currently employed at Grilled Chickana Elangeni Hotel in Durban gives a demonstration to potential students at the SANZAF Chef School Open Day in Durban.
To find out more about this initiative call 031 309 6786 or email email@example.com
SANZAF is proud to announce the launch of our Budget Beaters Book nationally!
The book, comprising of budget recipes which enable both individuals and families to cook a healthy and nutritious meal for a family of four for between R20 – R40, was developed in response to the dire food situation amongst lower income families.
Food security is one of the major concerns of SANZAF and according to Statistics SA’s General Household Survey 2017, 21.3% of South Africa’s households have limited access to food and 12.1% of individuals have at some point experienced hunger.