Health professions council of South Africa crackdown on healthcare practitioners operating illegally
Neelam Rahim | firstname.lastname@example.org 2-minute read 31 May 2023 | 20:10 CAT The Health Professions Council of South Africa have embarked on a nationwide crackdown on healthcare practitioners who are operating illegally. Several arrests were made in different parts of...
School nutrition programme: children reveal Covid’s devastating impact
Neelam Rahim | email@example.com 2-minute read 31 May 2023 | 19:28 CAT A study by the University of Johannesburg Centre for Social Development and the Food Evolution Revolution Research Laboratory, or FERL, revealed the effects of Covid-19 on school nutrition in...
Africa Report with Dr Pedzisai Ruhanya
Annisa Essack | firstname.lastname@example.org 30 May 2023 | 09:00 CAT 2 min read The Sudan crisis for which there was a 7-day ceasefire in place ended, and both sides began attacks again. Regarding the Zimbabwe elections, which will take place in August, Ruhanya says there...
Mauritania’s El Insaf Party Wins Parliamentary Elections
Ml Muhammad Bham | email@example.com 30 May 2023 | 09:30 CAT 3 min read Mauritania's parliamentary elections have delivered their verdict. The El Insaf ruling party is rubbing its hands after an overwhelming majority in victory after winning 107 of the 176 seats...
The Media Lens with Ibrahim Deen
Annisa Essack | firstname.lastname@example.org 31 May 2023 | 09:00 CAT 2 min read Deen spoke on the Turkish elections and runoff saying that Erdoğan's support remains strong, and many of the issues seen as negatives were positives for him and influenced the vote. Western media...
Erdogan celebrates victory in Turkey’s presidential election
Fahmida Choonara | email@example.com 29 May 2023 | 14:00 CAT 2 min read Before the elections, Western media predicted his challenger would garner the majority; however, he achieved 57.1% in the second round, beating his opponent with a vote count of 47.9%....
The Palestine Report with Ebrahim Moosa
Annisa Essack | firstname.lastname@example.org 29 May 2023 | 11:30 CAT 2 min read Palestinians, including political parties, activists and the general citizens, celebrated Erdoğan's win. The people reflected their appreciation of Erdoğan on the streets of Al Quds and...
SA Muslims mourn the passing of Shaykh Shamiel Panday
Annisa Essack | email@example.com 30 May 2023 | 12:30 CAT 2 min read Shaykh Shamiel Panday, Islamic scholar and SAHUC mission worker, died on Tuesday in Madinatul Munawwarah, Saudi Arabia, whilst serving the South African Hujjaaj. He was hospitalised...
Roshnee residents endure upto 18 Hours of power cuts daily
Ml Muhammad Bham | firstname.lastname@example.org 30 May 2023 | 14:10 CAT 1 min read Roshnee residents are protesting at the entrance to the suburb over power cuts that extend for almost 18 hours per day. Residents blockaded the R82 (old Johannesburg Vereeniging Road) between...
Gift of the Givers delivers thousands of litres of drinking water to cholera-stricken Hammanskraal
Neelam Rahim | email@example.com 2-minute read 24 May 2023 | 15:00 CAT Aid organization Gift of Givers has distributed thousands of litres of bottled water in Hammanskraal. The area, which includes the Jubilee District Hospital, is in the grip of a cholera...
Trust in Ramaphosa is failing months before the 2024 elections
Neelam Rahim | firstname.lastname@example.org 3-minute read 23 May 2023 | 20:56 CAT We are moving closer and closer to the 2024 national elections, although the date has yet to be gazetted. Political parties are already in full electioneering mode, with the ANC trying its...
Why buying Contact lenses online is not a great idea
Neelam Rahim | email@example.com 3-minute read 13 May 2023 | 15:35 CAT There has been an outcry by optometrists, as untested and tested contact lenses can now be bought online and even by some home industries. Optometrists have taken to social media to comment...
Johannesburg, the unloved stepchild
Mumtaz Moosa | firstname.lastname@example.org 31 May 2023 | 11:45 CAT 1 min read Johannesburg started as a dusty mining city that has blossomed since 1886 into one of South Africa's most significant cities, named jointly after Johann Friedrich Bernhard Rissik and Christiaan...
How do you keep warm during winter?
Mumtaz Moosa | email@example.com 24th May 2023 | 17:00 CAT 2 min read With temperatures dropping drastically and loadshedding, people have started to look at economical and cost-effective ways to stay warm during the long winter nights. With loadshedding, some fantastic...
How the Qur’an changed an Atheists life, and the growth of Islam
Fahmida Choonara | firstname.lastname@example.org 23 May 2023 | 19:30 CAT 2 min read An Atheist is an individual who has no belief in a God, the existence of God or that a God creates anything. A 22-year-old American, who at 18 disregarded religion, didn't feel the need...
Bidding farewell to and keeping the blessings of Ramadhan with us
Neelam Rahim | email@example.com 2-minute read 20 April 2023 | 16:35 CAT The arrival of Ramadhan is a whole different feeling. Throughout the year, Muslims worldwide are torn out from their daily routines, excessive work stress and whatnot, only to find solace...
Q & A
What is the Sunnah way of responding to the Adhan?
Answer: There are five Sunnahs regarding the Adhan; 1. Reply to the Adhan by repeating the words of the Mu’addhin, except when replying to Hayya alas salaat and Hayya alal falaah, one should say La hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil aliyyil azeem 2. Recite Salawaat...
Is it Permissible for Women to Cut or Trim their Hair?
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Africa Report with Dr Ruhanya Pedzisai
Sudan fighting seized following a truce by military and paramilitary – Eujin Byun
Empathy – Mufti Yusuf Moosagie
Empathy is considered to be one of the highest human qualities. Empathy is the ability to emotionally understand: (1)what other people are feeling, (2) see things from their point of view and (3) put yourself in that person’s position. 60% of thoughts are...
How To Soften Your Heart In Ramadan
- We are not feeling the true spirituality of Ramadan because our hearts have become hard. - Ibn Qaiyim: “ The greatest punishment from Almighty Allah is a hard heart.” - Sin, love for the world, excessive laughter, and overindulgence in eating and drinking have...
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What is Good Nutrition?
What is Good Nutrition? As with every science, nutrition is a work in progress, and scientists are constantly discovering new information. We have a good depth of knowledge on nutrition, but it remains a highly disputed science, particularly on the subject of diets,...
Seven Essential Nutrients
Seven Essential Nutrients We need seven different nutrients to keep our minds and bodies functioning correctly, which we get from our food. Protein Protein is a macronutrient that makes up around 20% of our weight. It’s a “building block” that allows our bodies to do...
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