South Africa

umrah biometrics
Newsroom, Slider, South Africa

Umrah Biometrics: No need for panic

Cii News | 16 Muharram 1436/10 November 2014 The new procedure of Mu’tamireen going through a pre-visa biometrics test will only begin next year. “I Continue Reading →

muslims dont smoke
Health & Science, Newsroom, Shariah, Slider, South Africa

More leadership needed to stop Muslims smoking

Ebrahim Moosa – Cii News | 12 Muharram 1436/06 November 2014 The Muslim World has awoken to the harmful effects tobacco is having upon its Continue Reading →

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Cii Projects launches “Lighting up a Learner’s Life” campaign

Taking solar power into Tembelihle – Lerato’s story Azhar Vadi | Cii Projects | 03 November 2014/09 Muharram 136 Lerato Cayi, a Grade 11 pupil Continue Reading →

Alex Sandton
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South Africa’s inequality gap remains the largest in the world and we should all be worried

Shoks Mnisi Mzolo – Cii News | 06Muharram 1435/31 October 2014 Any discussion on poverty eradication, if the idea is to alter the status quo, Continue Reading →

Mpenjati beach
Newsroom, South Africa

Muslims urged to be ambassadors of chastity as KZN declares first nudist beach

Cii News and Agencies | 04 Muharram 1435/29 October 2014 Despite red alerts from a range of community role-players, Kwazulu Natal municipal authorities have given Continue Reading →

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BDS: Boycott action bringing Woolworths to a standstill

Shoks Mnisi Mzolo – Cii News | 02 Muharram 1435/27 October 2014 Dozens of activists calling for boycott against Woolworths, for stocking Israeli goods from Continue Reading →

Newsroom, Opinion, Slider, South Africa

Open letter to Chicky Lamba

Cii Radio | 23 October 2014/28 Dhul Hijjah 1435 So everyone and their Gori Khala is talking about the infamous Chicky Lamba and his janoo, Continue Reading →

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‘Adorn your children by naming them after the Ambiyaa and Sahabah RA’

Ebrahim Moosa – Cii Radio | 17 October 2014/23 Dhul Hijjah 1435 Names are like garments, the Saudi scholar Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid once wrote. Continue Reading →

Mideast Saudi Hajj Photo Essay
Hajj 1435, News, Newsroom, Slider, South Africa

No change in quotas for next Hajj season

Agencies | 16 October 2014/21 Dhul Hijjah 1435 Saudi Minister of Haj Bandar Hajjar announced on Tuesday that the Kingdom will retain a 20 percent Continue Reading →