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 national 16-Days of Activism are upon us and in support of this initiative, the Muslim Judicial Council in conjunction with the Muslim Judicial Women’s Forum (MJCWF), adopted a Gender-Based Violence (GBV) awareness campaign. The initiative culminates in a protest march, which will be a silent march, themed ‘UNsilence Violence, on Wednesday, 29th November 2017. Identifying GBV awareness […]
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) joins the Jamiatul Ulema and other interfaith leaders in pledging its wholehearted support toward the National Day of Prayer.
As we mark the 100th anniversary of the dishonorable Balfour Declaration, the Muslim Judicial Council (SA) wholeheartedly supports the call of the Media Review Network (MRN) to mobilize the international community and the United Nations, to pressurize the illegal Zionist entity called Israel, to abandon its racist ideology and to establish a unitary state.
Members of the Muslim, Christian and other faith-based organisations will be hosting a community safety awareness initiative at Phillans Park, Hanover Park this weekend.
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.
Shaykh Ihsaan Taliep was elected as the president the United Ulema Council of South Africa (UUCSA) for a second term during their elective AGM in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.
Our water situation in Cape Town stands at less than 27 percent drinkable water which is not enough to take us through our summer period. We, therefore, encourage every able person to attend the Salāh al-Istisqā on Sunday, the 10th of Muḥarram, at Chukker Road Sportsfield, Kenwyn.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) calls on the Western Cape community to perform Solaatul Istisqaa in congregation on Sunday, 01st October 2017.
The history of the Rohingya people: The Rohingya are an ethnic minority Muslim group living in Myanmar for the past 800 years. In 1982 the military junta revoked their citizenship and rendered them stateless. Myanmar is a country that is 90% Buddhist. According to the UN the Rohingya in Myanmar are the world’s most persecuted […]