South African-based relief organisations today met at the offices of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) in Cape Town, to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see them join forces to raise much-needed funds for humanitarian relief efforts in Indonesia.
More than 200,000 people are in direct need of emergency assistance, after a tsnumani, triggered by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake, hit Sulawesi island in Indonesia on Friday, 28th September 2018.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) condemns the attack on the caretaker — and his family — of the Oudekraal Kramat, in Sea Point. According to the Caretaker, five assailants attacked him and his family in the early hours of Tuesday morning. “We are deeply saddened upon hearing of the attack on those who preserve sacred […]
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) is pleased to hear that the HAWKS have arrested three suspects linked to the attack on a mosque in Verulam (Durban) that took place in May 2018.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) is deeply saddened at the devasting earthquake and subsequent Tsunami that rocked Central Sulawesi in Indonesia on Friday.
As South Africans celebrate Heritage Day on 24 September, we reflect on the sacrifices, struggles and contributions made by all in bringing about an era of freedom, liberation and democracy in our beautiful country. This commemoration of Heritage Day provides us with an opportunity to once again pay tribute to the legacy of the pioneers […]
We, the Faithful of South Africa, greet you in the name of all the religions that make up the Greater community of Cape Town. We come before you humbly today in peace and in silence and in the name of the Sacred Texts of the various religions we represent.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) respects the constitutional court’s decision in relation to its ruling on marijuana or ‘dagga’. This, however, does not change the Islamic position on the issue.
Over the past month, Faith Leaders in Cape Town have been working tirelessly to unify our city and our communities in the name of Peace.