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Blog - Zakah in Action

  • Zakah and poverty alleviation – the global lessons learned +

    Adapted from the World Islamic Economic Forum Foundation ZAKAH is an ancient Islamic practice based on one of the five Read More
  • SANZAF fundraising dinner, enjoying a night of youth empowerment +

    “…people trust NGOs before they trust governments…” Maulana Hashiem Cassiem, opening address 2017 SANZAF fund-raising dinner, Cape Town. “Let’s strike Read More
  • A bunch of flowers from Paradise +

    IT was the middle of the night, 3 am, and *Hajji Yunus couldn’t sleep. It was not surprising as his Read More
  • Zakah and the Rohingya – how to make a difference +

    ZAKAH – often described as one of the forgotten pillars of Islam – is by its very nature, a dynamic Read More
  • 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
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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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