18 August 2019   16. Zul Hijja 1440
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As Ramadan draws to a close and we prepare to say our farewell, we feel both sad at the separation from our guest as well as the excitement for Eid.

Fuel hikes, power cuts, civil unrest, soaring food prices, water shortages, crime and violence have become the order of the day. 

Among the most salient characteristics of Rasulullah(SAllallahu Alaihi Wasallam) was that he never oppressed

The fast of Ramadan is obligatory on every Muslim adult. There is no monetary compensation for one who can fast.

A Muslim must be mindful of those around him and avoid causing even the slightest inconvenience to anyone. 

Allah Ta'ala has granted permission to people who are aged or terminally ill and have no hope of fasting again in their life, to compensate for each fast by feeding a poor and needy person (two complete meals for a day). This compensation is referred to as 'fidya.’

Masha Allah, South African Muslims are generally prompt in discharging their Zakah.

1. Constantly ask Allah Ta’ala for ability (tawfeeq) to benefit from the blessings of Ramadan daily. This should begin in earnest from now.
Cyber technology has brought to the fore quick access and dispensation of information to ordinary people. Easy access has brought about a proliferation of messages, chats, email, tweets, etc. being exchanges between individuals and groups.
Social networking is everywhere. Nearly everyone belongs to a social network on sites such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn etc.
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17/08/2019

  • Mahr Fatimi: R12 387.34
  • Minimum Mahr: R247.75
  • Zakaah Nisaab: R4954.94

Important Dates

  • Thursday, 1 August 2019
    Zul Hijjah Moon Sighting

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