14 November 2015 The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) condemns in the strongest of terms the heinous and brutal twin suicide attacks which took place in Burj Al Barajneh, Beirut, Lebanon on Thursday, 12 November 2015 and resulted in the death of 43 people and the wounding of scores of innocent civilians. These cowardly attacks targeted […]
It is with shock and sadness that we witness the horrific shootings and suicide bombings which resulted in the death of 118 patrons and the wounding of several at the Bataclan Concert Hall in Paris. The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) conveys it’s heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the French people, the President Francois Hollande and […]
The Muslim Judicial Council wishes Hafith Yusuf Davids of the Al Ameen Hafith School in Cape Town the best for the forthcoming International Quran Competition in Makkah al Mukarramah.
The MJC partnered with Awqaf SA to once again provide much needed qurbani meat to our poor communities.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) partnered with the Hayrat Foundation and Turkish Airlines to add some smiles to the faces of some of the Orphans aged 10 years and younger in Cape Town for Eidul Adha 2015.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) and the Hayrat Foundation, Turkey, embarked on a joint Eidul Adha Qurbani Project. The MJC and the Hayrat foundation are members of the International organization known as NGO’s of the Muslim World.
The Muslim Judicial Council (MJCSA) was honoured to host Shazrina Binti Azman (Mizz Nina) and the honourable Mufti Menk who accompanied Mizz Nina on her trip to South Africa. Shazrina aka Mizz Nina was a famous Malaysian hip hop song writer and singer who rose to fame with her solo album, “What you waiting for” […]