Saffura Khan, Head of the Skills-Development Department at SANZAF Durban, featured in an article in News24 on the 10 October 2016: http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/phoenixs-khan-sets-example-for-blind-and-sighted-alike-20161009
Today at Muhammadeyah Primary School, SANZAF held a Life-Skills workshop for the grade 7 learners. The Mentoring Youth programme forms part of one of the tiers under SANZAF’s Education Empowerment and Development. The focus was on building confidence and coping mechanisms for high school and their home environment. Importance was placed on how they see life through promoting positivity, their environment and fulfilment for themselves through being Allah (SWT) consciousness. The learners found the programme stimulating and had fun through interactive learning.
Operation Qurbani was a success yesterday with a live radio Outside Broadcast highlighting Qurbani activities across the country. Alhamdullilah. was present at the Seratoga Farm in Philippi, Western Cape. Amongst those interviewed was Yasmina Francke, General Manager Western Cape, Moyo Ndukwana, SPCA inspectorate, Sheikh Ismail Gqamane as well as learners from Matthew Goniwe High School in Khayelitsha. We were featured in the Cape Times edition Tuesday, 13 September 2016.