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Blog - Zakah in Action

  • The joy of Qurbani +

    ‘EID ul-Adha is best described as a joyous time of sacrifice, for over the three days of the Islamic festival, Read More
  • When the penny drops, a tale of charity +

    MOST of us know the groups of people who qualify for Zakah – such as the poor, the infirm, the Read More
  • Zakah in action: remembering those behind bars +

    THE history of Islam is replete with stories of men and women facing imprisonment, torture and abuse at the hands Read More
  • 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
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SANZAF Daily Iftaar Programmes

SANZAF Western Cape in partnership with the Muslim Youth Movement (MYM) served lovely hot nutritious meals and treats for Iftaar to young learners in Cape Town on Tuesday 21 June 2016. About 250 youngsters were served at the buzzing event , who came from various caregiving organisations such as Vision Child Care and Youth Centre, Heatherdale Childrens Home, Habibia Childrens Home and Leliebloem House, just to name a few.

The Muslim Youth Movement (MYM) enjoys a strong partnership with SANZAF and is a firm supporter of all SANZAF Projects and Programmes run throughout the year.

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