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 Department of Health confirmed to the Muslim Judicial Council (SA) that the waiting period for Muslim autopsies has been reduced from six days to two days in a meeting held in Cape Town on Tuesday.
The Muslim Judicial Council’s Halaal Trust (MJCHT) investigated a complaint from a consumer in which one of its labels was used on a non-halaal sandwich at Fedics, Sanlam Head office.
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 Muslim Judicial Council (SA) offered its sincere condolences to the Alexander family on the loss of their beloved son, Abdul Muttalib who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Mitchell’s Plain.
A message making the rounds via social media saying Unilever margarine and other products are not Halaal is a Hoax. The MJC Halaal Trust assures the community that Flora Margarines are indeed Halaal and Halaal certified by MJC Halaal Trust.
The Western Cape Department of Health assured the Muslim Judicial Council (SA) that the unwritten policy to prioritise Muslim post mortems still stands at a special meeting held in Cape Town today.
The MJC (SA) is deeply saddened and strongly condemn the vandalism perpetrated against the St Marks Anglican Church on Wednesday afternoon.
The Muslim Judicial Council of South Africa (MJC) joins interfaith leaders, human rights activists and people of conscience in expressing our anger at authentic and credible reports that have emerged from Myanmar regarding the ongoing genocide of the Rohingya, a minority Muslim ethnic civilian population.