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     3 July 2015 /  16 Ramadan 1436 
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Fitrah and Fidyah values

Fitrah and Fidyah : R20

Fitrah and Fidyah : R18

Port Elizabeth
Shafi Fitra: R33
Shafi Fidya : R17
Hanafi Fitra and Fidyah: R17

East London
Fitrah R30
Fidyah 15
Fitrah Hanafi : R16.00

Fitrah R30
Fidyah R30

Fitrah R20
Fidyah R20

Shafi Fitrah R25
Shafi Fidyah R6,25
Hanafi Fitrah/Fidyah R20

Western Cape
Fitrah R30
Fidyah R15

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SANZAF in the news

  • Donation from SANZAF a boost for students -CPUT +

    Well over 70 students at CPUT will benefit from one of the finest gifts any young person can receive – Read More
  • Muslim charities prep for cold Ramadan- VOC +

    Radio Voice of the Cape published an article about SANZAF and other NGOs' Ramadan operations. With four out of 10 Read More
  • Adopt a Granny -Rising Sun +

    SANZAF Gauteng's Adopt a Granny initiative, which forms part of the SANZAF Operation Winter Warmth Campaign, featured in last week's Read More
  • A Hidden Jewel of Success | Centre Produces Entrepreneurs from Unlikely Material +

    SANZAF's Entrepreneurship Training Centre in Fordsburg recently featured on The Legacy Project's website. The Legacy Project is an initiative that Read More
  • Winter Warmth for Geelhoutboom- George Herald +

    SANZAF's George office recently visited Geelhoutboom Primary School as part of SANZAF's Operation Winter Warmth Campaign where learners received winter packs Read More
  • SANZAF Gauteng teams up with Al Asr Education Institute +

    SANZAF Gauteng's Adopt a Granny initiative, which forms part of the Operation Winter Warmth Campaign, was recently featured in the Read More
  • SANZAF Vacancy: Office Assistant - Uitenhage +

    SANZAF has a vacancy for an Office Assistant at its Uitenhage office in the Eastern Cape. The incumbent will assist and Read More
  • Adopt a Granny initiative in full swing +

    SANZAF’s popular Adopt a Granny initiative, now in its third year, forms part of Operation Winter Warmth Campaign and is Read More
  • SANZAF invests in islamic institutions +

    The South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) handed over a cheque worth R371 160 to the International Peace College South Read More
  • SANZAF Welcomes Durbanites to George -George Herald +

    The Phoenix Light Group from Durban received a warm and hearty welcome from the SA National Zakah Fund (Sanzaf) Garden Read More
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From our Blog

  • National Ramadan Fact Sheet 2015 +

    The holy month of Ramadan is not only a spiritual time of the year for Muslims, but is also the Read More
  • SANZAF Malmesbury feeds the homeless +

    SANZAF in Malmesbury recently hosted a feeding scheme at the Swartland: The Haven Night Shelter in Wesbank near Malmesbury, Western Read More
  • Early Childhood Education core to SANZAF +

    The South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) in the Western Cape conducted a special project to provide educational equipment and Read More
  • Economic Empowerment Initiative +

    Independence and empowerment is a core value for the South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) and guests are encouraged to Read More
  • SANZAF Durban: Chance to Play +

    The South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) Durban encourages parents and children to save the environment through the Chance to Read More
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SANZAF realises that poverty can be alleviated through a focus on knowledge and skills training. this leads to economic prosperity and quality of life for the beneficiary. The SANZAF Education Empowerment and Development (SEED) Programme is a means for SANZAF to shift its focus from basic welfare to a development and empowerment approach. SEED is a means of creating a brighterfuture, transforming the lives of children and youth. The Fund recognises that education is multi-faceted and requires a dynamic approach, from early childhood, to high school and tertiary level, as well as providing opportunities for post graduate research

SEED Success Stories

  • SANZAF students make their mark…
  • Rokeiya Letala
  • Talha Bakharia
  • Ishrath Kalib
  • Sameera Sayed

seed treeThe South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) is a faith based organization that organizes a number of outreach activities and extends its services throughout the country. Besides assisting those in need, SANZAF strives to empower, develop and nurture the youth across the Peninsula through the SANZAF Education Empowerment and Development (SEED) programme. The programme focuses on Early Childhood Development, Youth and Community Development, Islamic Studies, Vocational Training and Higher Education. Based on a stringent criteria, SANZAF supports students in need of financial assistance for further studies, allowing them to venture off into a brighter future without the strain of financial difficulty and armed to face the world of work.

Students share some insightful thoughts on their experiences...

To contribute financially or in kind to a SANZAF project or programme, contact 0861 726 923 or visit, like SANZAF on Facebook or follow @SANZAFSA on Twitter.

Rokeiya LetalaRokeiya Letala is a student majoring in Taxation at the University of Pretoria. Growing up without a father in Witsrandjies, a village in the North West, with 4 siblings can be fairly daunting for many.

“I needed to be sure that the organization sponsoring my studies is not Riba based. My brother then informed me about SANZAF who supports those in need as well as academically deserving students. Through the will and grace of the almighty, SANZAF gave me the opportunity to complete my degree in an honest manner within the folds of Islam.”

She added that her reason to study Bcom Honors in Taxation stems from her eagerness to benefit and educate her community about tax.

“Taxation is a very exciting field of study- in particular; it is something high in demand in our country and is also one of the biggest source of income. It is fairly fascinating and interesting to know just how, why and where the government makes money through the laws of tax.

“Success isn’t only at a certain point in life- it is a continuous journey. Let the principles of Islam guide you in your decisions- don’t ever lose yourself, stay true to yourself, stick to your values and you will come out tops!”

Talha BakhariaSuccessful Forensic Accounting major Talha Bakharia graduated from North-West University (NWU) in Potchefstroom- He describes the trials and tribulations of life as a student and elaborates the importance of having a vision.

“It took me 5 years to obtain my Honours Degree and I’ll never forget that moment when I failed my major- the pass rate was 50% and I needed 3%. My lecturer advised that I repeat the year,”

explains Bakharia who eventually graduated with an Honours Degree from North-West University (NWU) in Potchefstroom.

He adds that he appreciates his accomplishment more because, according to him, there was no “easy way out”.

Furthermore Bakharia first came to hear of SANZAF’s Education Empowerment Development (SEED) bursary programme by a family member who recommended him to apply for a SANZAF bursary.

“I know SANZAF aims to uplift and empower the Muslim youth so I applied for a bursary,”

says Bakharia, who believes that financial difficulty should never be an issue for students who are eager and willing to learn.

“People and organizations will assist you if you are determined to learn- so show it!”

Bcom Accounting graduate Ishrath Kalib is now doing her practical training as well as her Honours degree part time at the University of South Africa (UNISA).

“I would like to thank the South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) for the endless support towards my studies, both financially and morally. Without the help of SANZAF and their tireless effort, I would not have been able to obtain my degree. I believe in giving back in many ways and Inshallah, help students like myself in the future.”

Sameera Sayed has completed her Bachelor of Social Science (B.Soc.Sc. or B.Soc.Sci.) degree and intends to do her Honours full time.

“I always intended to study further and do my best so I stand a better chance of employment. SANZAF has made that possible for me and I am truly grateful to SANZAF for the financial help and guidance.”


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