DURBAN: Durban residents have been encouraged to recycle more of their waste in a bid to ease pressure on the city’s various landfill sites.
DURBAN: The eThekwini Grant-In-Aid distribution programme has distributed an estimated R9.2 million to non-profit organisations (NPOs) for the 2021/2022 financial year.
DURBAN: The Darul Ihsan library continues to grow at its headquarters in Sea Cow Lake, offering the community a wide variety of literature to choose from.
The Darul Ihsan Guideline counselling team has recently kicked off support groups for revert Muslimahs in Phoenix and Congella. The support group initiative, aimed at empowering sisters to embrace their Islamic identity, has been well received thus far.
DURBAN: Applications for financial aid through the Darul Ihsan Bursary Fund (DIBF) are set to open in the coming weeks.
South Africans generally live in an environment of freedom of speech, religion and expression. This freedom is enjoyed by all who live in this land.
The article “Durban’s homeless gardeners take root,” The Mercury, Monday, November 23, refers.