Preservation of the tradition and progress in facing up to the challenges of the present age.
Traditional Islamic studies for females that is academically on par with its male counterpart.
Help a student become an instrument of change, benefit, and upliftment.
Our Fatāwā address a range of topics – from family and fasting to finance and food.
Development of Our New Institute
Total Funds Raised
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Work Completed and Currently In Progress
The land has been acquired, rezoned, and the development contribution and scrutiny fees paid. Majority of the initial and underground civil work has also been completed, which includes site preparation, bulk earthworks, and the installation of water, stormwater, sewerage, and cabling networks. Two of the three boundary wall sections have also been completed.
To date, approximately R10.1M has been invested in this project.
We are currently in the process of developing the Detailed Fire Protection plan and Mechanical Ventilation plan in preparation for resubmission of our buidling plan. We plan to resubmit around 6–10 March 2023 and expect to receive the approved building plan by end March 2023.
- Use of an Asthma Pump/Inhaler while Fasting
- Breaking of Wuḍūʾ by Touching Females
- Qunūt in Fajr
- Dua e Qunūt
- Official beginning and end of the Takbīr for Eid al-Adḥā
- Qurbāni and Aqīqah with the same animal
- The Fiqh of Fasting
- The Eid Conflict
- Modernism’s abortive attempt to ride the wave of Islamic Finance
- Why Shīʿism cannot be a Fifth Madhhab
- Shīʿism in South Africa – A Sunnī Perspective
- The Root of Sunnī-Shīʿī Differences in Fiqh
- Fleeing from Fate to Fate
- Tuḥfat al-Aqrān
- Navigating Arabic Text [Part 1]
- Navigating Arabic Text [Part 2]
- Forming the Arabic Word [Part 1]
- Legacy of the Shāfiʿī Madhhab in SA
- The Dangers of Assimilation for a Muslim Minority
- The Noble Ṣahābah (may Allah be pleased with them all)
- Understanding the Reality of Shīʿism
- Debate on Shīʿism