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MJC 74th Anniversary, a dedication to Imam Haron

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Masjidur Rawbie, Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) on Sunday, 10th February 2019, celebrated its 74th anniversary since its establishment in 1945. The anniversary proceedings commenced with the recitation of the last of 74 Khatams of the holy Quran, dedicated to all deceased who dedicated their lives to serving their communities through teaching…



MJC offices closed for the holidays

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Kindly note that the MJC offices are closed for the holidays from Thursday, 13 December 2018 and will reopen on Wednesday, 09 January 2019. May Allah Almighty keep you and your family safe during this period and always Ameen. Shukran for all your support throughout the years.



300 students graduate from Township Madaaris

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More than 300 students from the various township Madaaris graduated on Saturday afternoon. They have all completed courses in Quran, Hadeeth, Seerah, Fiqh and Adaab. Students came from several Madaaris from the areas of Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Phillipi, Du-noon and Langa.



MJC (SA) launches its new look website

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The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) is excited to announce the launch of its newly revamped website at www.mjc.org.za The brand-new site features a streamlined and simplified design and offers quick and easy access to essential information on the operations of the MJC. The website also incorporates dedicated educational resources on the basic teachings of Islam,…



Muslim community urged to save water despite level 3 restrictions

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The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) welcomes the decision by the City of Cape Town to relax the water restrictions to level 3. The increased water usage to 105 litres per day person will certainly bring relief to the residents of the Western Cape and specifically the poor.