13 November 2019 / 16 Rabi-ul-Awwal 1441
Nisáb = R5837.30
Silver = R09.53/g (R296.49/oz)
Gold = R813.65 /g (R25,307.38/oz)
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IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL DAY!
Yesterday SANZAF teams across the country did their part for #MANDELADAY2019.
From Pietermaritzburg to Polokwane, Durban to Cape Town and the small town of Ladysmith!
Blankets, Books, Warm Meals and Gifts were distributed all to #GiveHope to those less fortunate.
To find out more information visit www.sanzaf.org.za or call 0861 726-923
On 18 July 2019, the South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) hosted an exhibition to showcase artworks produced by residents from Cheshire homes Summerstrand. The artwork which was on sale at the exhibition is produced by artists with physical challenges. Some of the artwork was produced using toe, lips and quadriplegic hands. The Artable exhibition aimed to promote the extraordinary work done by these artists. SANZAF hosted this initiative in commemoration of the international Nelson Mandela Day. The exhibition took place at South End Museum on 18 July from 04pm to 07pm. The Artists involved were namely Dan Mkele, Jackson Gqomo and Sarah Mackay.
SANZAF also delivered its winter warmth drive at the exhibition. 25 brand new blankets and bedding were given to the residents of Cheshire Homes Summerstrand. There was also special program for University students that are currently funded by SANZAF. SANZAF invited all members of our Nelson Mandela Bay community to support the work done by the artists from Cheshire Homes by visiting the exhibition to view and purchase the art produced by these extraordinary artists
Fayruz Mohamed has been involved with SANZAF for over 20 years of which the latter 10 years she has held various national roles, 6 years of which was that of National Treasurer.
She is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Director and serves on a couple of boards as a non-executive director.
Her priority remains that of being a full-time Mom of four (4) and utilises most of her spare time in giving back to the community through her voluntary role at SANZAF.
A staunch advocate for women empowerment, especially in the workplace, Fayruz believes that her ability in dealing with people and striving for equality has been a pivotal factor in her success.
She aims to use her expertise and commitment to helping those less fortunate to lead the organisation into the future always looking to build on the effective and efficient collection and distribution of Zakah.