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26 August 2016 / 23 Dhil Qaida 1437 
 Nisáb = R6,239.95
 Silver = R10.19/g (R317.09/oz)
Gold = R685.59/
g (R18,675.52/oz)
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Qurbani Pricing 2016

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Area Local Pricing
Cape Town R1600 per sheep
Cape Town (2) R8500 per bull
Durban

R1400 to sponsor a sheep

R1950 to purchase a sheep

East London R1700 per sheep
Gauteng R1400 per sheep
George R1500 per sheep
Kimberley R1600 per sheep
Ladysmith R1750 per sheep
Pietermaritzburg R1900 per sheep
Port Elizabeth R1600 per sheep
Uitenhage R1600 per sheep

SANZAF in the news

  • SANZAF 2016 Annual Report Press Release +

    The South African National Zakah Fund (the Fund) is pleased to announce that the latest Annual Report can be viewed Read More
  • SANZAF Winter Warmth Campaign continues +

    On Wednesday the 17 August 2016, SANZAF spent an eventful day with 820 learners from Cloetesville Primary School, Stellenbosch. SANZAF Read More
  • WC Vacancy - Fundraising Officer +

    WC Vacancy Fundraising Officer Income Department Read More
  • Communications Officer Vacancy, Cape Town Western Cape +

    Communications Officer Vacancy, Cape Town Western Cape Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 8:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 8:10 Nisaab refers to the minimum amount of Zakaatable wealth one must possess before one is liable Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 7:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 7:10 Liabilities or monies owing by you are sometimes* deductible from the total value of assets subject Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 6:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 6:10 Any item acquired with the intention of reselling is considered Merchandise / Inventory and is thus subject Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 5:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 5:10 Property acquired for resale is subject to Zakah at the current market value. Property acquired for Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 4:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 4:10 Shares and Unit Trusts are considered as good as cash in the hands of the owner Read More
  • SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 3:10 +

    SANZAF ZAKAH GUIDE 3:10 Insurance & Medical Aid are generally a risk management type of instrument which pays the holder Read More
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Annual Report 2016

The South African National Zakah Fund is pleased to share our latest Annual Report with you covering our audited financial statements and accomplishments for the year ended 31 May 2016 / 24 Shaban 1437

Annual Report 2016

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From our Blog

  • SANZAF Daily Iftaar Programmes +

    SANZAF Western Cape in partnership with the Muslim Youth Movement (MYM) served lovely hot nutritious meals and treats for Iftaar Read More
  • Kimberley Office reaches out to locals +

    SANZAF's Kimberley Office served delicious akhni to residents in the Greenpoint Locality on Sunday 9 August where they fed about Read More
  • 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
  • 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
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Conference videos now online

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Edited videos from SANZAF’s two day conference on Awqaf, Zakah and Microfinance as Tools for Empowerment are now available online. Click here for links to the videos

SANZAF EDUCATION EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (SEED)

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

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