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Blog - Zakah in Action

  • 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
  • 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
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SANZAF – Innovative thinking, 40 years and beyond

The South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF) has recently added the social media aspect to the lines of communication with our community. This allows for free and easy access to information and feedback on any SANZAF related query entering our inbox via Facebook or Twitter.

This year, SANZAF celebrates 40 years of service – reaffirming our commitment to those in need. We aim to commemorate the organisation in its entirety, saluting those who provided us with the opportunity to grow, thereby allowing SANZAF to become the longest serving Zakah institution in Southern Africa.

But, despite the positives added to SANZAF, we continue to require your assistance, not just with Zakah, but also Sadaqah. Help us to change more lives by signing up for a SANZAF Sadaqah debit order now or make a once off contribution online (coming very soon!).

Your assistance will allow SANZAF to carry out plans to provide communities with a means to become self-sustainable, reaching goals never thought possible.

In 2013, 550 students were assisted nationally by the SANZAF Education Empowerment and Development (SEED) Programme, totalling R10 million. Your contribution made this possible!

Jazak Allah, to our valued contributors, partners and recipients for the ongoing support over the last 40 years. We pray that our relationship with you continues to grow in future.

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