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Blog - Zakah in Action

  • Zakah in the market place +

    THIS week the South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) is doing some brand re-positioning. As a community benefit organisation that has Read More
  • The art of living and giving +

    THE Prophet [saw] once told his Companions that Islam was not a Deen of monkism, of people remaining celibate, of Read More
  • Zakah and the anatomy of hope +

    Hope springs eternal in the human breastMan never is, but always to be blest… SO writes Alexander Pope, the famous Read More
  • Kanala: the roots of Cape Muslim charity +

    It was the spirit of 'kanala' that saw over 120 mosques built by the community in three hundred years. Photo Read More
  • Pondering on water +

    A FEW relaxing days spent in the picturesque countryside of the Western Cape got me to thinking about our biggest 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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