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    The Imam: soundscaped back to life

The Imam: soundscaped back to life

In the first part of this series, PROFESSOR MUHAMMED HARON, discussed the recent circulation of three sound clips comprising dhikrs, a portion of the recitation of the Quran during the Taraweeh salaah and extract of a lecture thereafter by Ash-Shaheed Imam Abdullah Haron. He now focuses on some of the
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    The Auditors exposes corporate ‘fraud’ and the role of the ‘Big 4’

The Auditors exposes corporate ‘fraud’ and the role of the ‘Big 4’

MUFTI MUHAMMAD HAFFEJEE, finance desk manager at Jamiatul Ulama South Africa, reviews a damning report which exposes the duplicity of large financial advisory institutions. IF you’ve always wanted to be an ­accountant but fortune found you ­elsewhere, and you are now trying to live your dream through an aspirant youth grappling
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Living Islam
    Have we received the message on Muslim women in Islam?

Have we received the message on Muslim women in Islam?

Following the circulation of a controversial video posted by Moulana Dawood Sampson last week, in which he announces his forthcoming second marriage, PROFESSOR NURAAN DAVIDS explores the ways in which
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International News
    Between virus and violence: the horror of being Muslim in India

Between virus and violence: the horror of being Muslim in India

by KHALED BEYDOUN Two weeks after Donald Trump’s visit to New Delhi, the ascending Indian public intellectual Rana Ayyub asked, ‘What is left for a virus to kill in a
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    Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

SEDICK CROMBIE SOUTH Africa’s 24 years of democracy has brought forth many positive developments as the country strives to build a society based on universal human rights and the dignity
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    Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

The country has certainly moved into winter with bitterly cold weather, with Cape Town already battling cold and rain, Eastern Cape getting its first snowfall of the season and Gauteng
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Lifestyle
    COVID-19 in the Muslim community

COVID-19 in the Muslim community

DR MUZZAMMIL ISMAIL, a public health medicine registrar in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town, calls for extra vigilance and caution in the community as
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    Tribute to a global polyglot

Tribute to a global polyglot

SUMAYA JEEVA looks back on a friendship and mentorship that spanned about 18 years. MY first personal encounter with Dr Sulaiman Nordien was in my early twenties, when my father
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