The MJC (SA) Presidency and all its structures would like to take this opportunity to wish all matriculants well for the most important examinations of their school career to date – the 2018 Senior Certificate examinations.
The Muslim Judicial Council launched a historic Haafith Academic Support programme, in collaboration with the Western Cape Education Department (WCED), the MJC’s Department of Quraanic Affairs, Awqaf (SA) and Haafith schools of Cape Town at the MJC offices today.
The MJC Islamic Eisteddfod has proved to be a very popular event Alhamdulillah and we were overwhelmed by the number of entries for the competition.
The sounds of the athaan (call to prayer) reverberated through the newly built Al-Kheir Mosque, in Highlands Drive, Mitchell’s Plain when nineteen students graduated from the Muathin course on Saturday.
A recent article entitled “Christians war on Halaal” – published 01 April 2018 – made certain claims pertaining to the Halaal certification Industry in South Africa and gross misconceptions on Islam. The following article is meant to debunk these misconceptions and educate the non-Muslim community on the role of Halaal certification on the economic development […]
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) in partnership with the Association of Muslim Schools (AMS) will be hosting an awards ceremony for the top achievers in Matric 2017 at The Venue Broadway on Friday, 19 January 2018.
The MJC (SA) heartily congratulates our matriculants on their passing of the Senior Certificate Exams 2017. All praise and thanks are due to Allah Almighty that you have passed.
The start of the 16 days of activism campaign for no violence against women and children kicked off on Saturday with ulema taking the lead in educating themselves on the pandemic.
The MJC Exco members and staff donned pink arm bands and ribbons in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Pink Hijab Day on Wednesday.