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The 2020 matric class had one of the most challenging and uncertain academic years ever due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the national lockdown.

Illness is a blessing and a means of forgiveness of sins

As Muslims we seek the best of this world and the Hereafter. Every person desires good health and seeks protection from illness as taught to us in the Quran and Hadith. However, Allah Ta'ala in His Wisdom decides what is better for a person. At times, Allah Ta'ala afflicts a person with illness that becomes a means of forgiveness, cleansing and elevation.

Life and death are natural occurrences of human life. The demise of a beloved is a most painful experience. However, beyond the loss, there is great hope, reward and glad tidings for the Believers.

This is a brief refresher on the method of performing the Janazah Salah. In the current conditions, Janazah Salah often takes place late at night or in the early part of the morning, hence very few people attend. It is essential to learn and revise the method of Janazah Salah.

Many have lost their beloved family members in recent days and weeks. We take the opportunity to condole the bereaved and provide guidance on the loss.
We belong to Allah Ta'ala

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