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6 December 2013

To God we belong and to Him we shall all return” Quran Chapter 2, verse 156

On behalf of the President, the Executive Council, its Senior Council, membership of the MJC and the Muslim community, we hereby wish to offer our sincere condolences to the wife Graca Machell, the children, grandchildren, family and friends, colleagues and associates, as well as to the South African Government and to all South Africans on the passing of our former President, Nelson Mandela.

During this time of mourning, South Africans and the global community face a stirring moment of great sadness at the demise of a great man, Rohlihlahla “Nelson” Mandela, fondly known as Madiba. Through the trials of the life of Madiba, the arrests, incarceration and isolation, it was his beautiful character that remained unblemished as the world witnessed when he stood before his oppressors, and when he finally tasted freedom after 27 years in prison.


We remember with fondness the honour he bestowed upon our late former President Shaykh Nazeem Mohamed, who offered a prayer at his (Madiba’s) inauguration in 1994.

Today, we remind ourselves more than ever, that we follow the legacy of a great man and that South Africa should live by his words when he said:

I can rest only for a moment, for with freedom comes responsibility, and I dare not linger, for my long walk is not yet ended”.


To this expression Tata, we say that your long walk will never end, and for those who come after you we pray they will uphold your legacy that will ensure that no human being should ever be oppressed because of his colour, race, religion or ethnicity. We at the MJC commit ourselves to uphold his legacy and spirit of self-sacrifice. We call upon all South Africans to make the same commitments.


Viva Madiba!

Rest in peace, son of the African soil!

Rest in peace, Madiba!

Hamba Khahle Madiba!



إحسان هندركس الندوي


Moulana Ihsaan Hendricks



MJC & SA bids farewell to Nelson Mandela PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Thursday, 5 December 2013 marks the end of an era as South Africa and the international community bids farewell to the father of democracy in South Africa. Nelson Mandela, an international icon and symbol of democracy and freedom passed away today after many months battling illness. His passing will be mourned the world over as countless world leaders will stream into South Africa to pay their final respects to a person whose sacrifice for freedom paved the way for a smooth transition from Apartheid to democracy. The Muslim Judicial Council sends its sincere condolences to the family of the fallen hero and pray that the Almighty grant them contentment and strength as they, and many South Africans comes to terms with the reality of his passing.


26 November 2013



While the core concepts of Islamic finance date back to the birth of Islam in the 6th century, the modern Islamic

finance industry is young as its timeline begins only a few decades ago. The current movement towards

understanding the pristine purity, justice, equity and management of Shari`ah complaint financial management

has attracted the attention of Muslims as well as those from outside the house of Islam. With the result Islamic

Finance has evolved rapidly in South Africa and continues to serve a growing population of Muslims as well as the

conventional non-Muslim investors. 

The Finality of Prophet hood Conference. PDF  | Print |  E-mail

The MJC in partnership with the International Khatme Nubuwwat Movement (IKNM) officially launched the ‘Finality of Prophet hood’ conference on Friday 29 November 2013. The event was hosted by the Zeenatul Islam Masjid in Muir Street, District Six. The conference hosts various international scholars from the Indian sub-continent as well as the UK and Saudi Arabia. The main focus of the conference is to educate the local scholars and Muslim public about the various deviant sects that are often incorrectly perceived to be an extension of Islam.

“Rape Crisis” presents workshop to MJC PDF  | Print |  E-mail


19 November 2013

Rape Crisis presented a workshop to Muslim Judicial Council social workers and Ulama in order to raise awareness of the widespread incidences of rape and on how to assist the victims within the community.  Sharmiela Francis, a Rape Counsellor shared statistics of the extent of rape in our community and also emphasized the high levels of incest occurring within Muslim families.  Sister Sharmiela highlighted the extent of rape ravaging families and reported that a woman is raped every 26 seconds in South Africa.  Reports such as this have shamefully earned South Africa the title of “Rape Capital of the World”, a title that we should be ashamed of.

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