Please be informed that there has been a change in date and venue for the Al-Tawheed graduation Jalsa  from Thursday the 28th July 2016 to Saturday the 30th July 2016. The venue will change from Bilal Masjid, Lenasia South to Nizamiye Masjid in Midrand after Magrib salaah. The Jalsah will be incorporated into the South African National Quraan Competition Finals

Al Tawheed Foundation’s Pledge line 📞 will open this Sunday In shaa Allah – Live on ITV 🎥 📺

9.30 am to 14.00pm

📆 12th of June 2016

📅 6th of Ramadaan 1437

Al Tawheed Foundation invites you, your families and friends to partner with us in serving the less fortunate among us, especially during this auspicious month of Ramadaan – ‘The month of giving’
Remember all Fard acts in this month are multiplied by 70 and all Nafl acts are rewarded as Fard acts.
You too can Benefit by being a part of this initiative .

Al Tawheed Foundation comprises over 16 branches that EDUCATES, ENRICHES & SERVES over 2500 people daily.

We appeal to YOU to Call our pledge line on the 12th of June 2016 and make your contribution and be part of our beneficial projects more so during this beautiful month of Ramadaan for the pleasure of Allah .

Hosted by:
👤 Qari Bashier
👤 Abdul Razak Karolia
👤 Najma Khota
👤 Khatija Reddy

EID Hamper Collection

In the name of Allah, the most Gracious and Merciful. With your dua’s for another successful campaign, we initiate our 13th annual Ramadhaan/Eid Hamper initiative. We humbly request that you dig deep into your pockets and contribute generously
towards this good cause. Please also forward to your family, friends and any business sponsors you may think of.



Alhamdulillah, All Praises are for the Almighty, that we have been afforded yet another opportunity to host the Eid Salaah at our very first centre for yet another year.

The Salaah was attended by some 350 worshippers, many of whom are students or ex students of our Centre.

We ask of Allah to accept our humble efforts.


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We mourn the passing of one of our great nationalities. Below are the letters of condolences sent from our various departments:
Examples of sterling men in the annals of mankind are rare and exceptional.
 They are men who gained victory without compromising what they believed in. Men who are humble in speech yet strong in principle, soft in character yet solid in belief. In our compatriot, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, have we witnessed elements of the character of our great Prophet, Muhammed, peace and blessings be upon him. Long after oppression, torture and finally exile, did Muhammed return to his homeland, Makkah where his once bold enemies now cowered before his might. Yet he chose peace, forgiveness and freedom. It is through the sacrifice and hardships endured by such men, tempered by their irresistible character, that we may enjoy the fruits of their struggles. Those struggles are never forgotten and we truly acknowledge and appreciate them. To the family and sympathisers of our brother, we offer our sincere condolences and highest regards. May the legacy of Madiba continue to live in our lives and the generations to come. Al Tawheed Islamic Centre South Africa


We are deeply saddened by the immense loss of the founding President of the Democratic Nation of South Africa, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. A father to freedom and unity, whose untiring service to the Nation has earned him the world’s regard.

We remember Madiba and the cause he strived for.
We remember the shackles he had endured so that we may run free.
We remember how his character captivated his allies.
We remember how he wielded principles to conquer his foes.
We do not forget the person he was.
We will always remember Madiba and we bid him farewell.

Our thoughts and condolences to the family of Madiba, his colleagues and all those who struggled for what he struggled.

We wish ease and all the best.

Global Organisation for Learning and Development (GOLD)


The Union of Arab Communities in South Africa mourn the departure of our African father and brother, Nelson Mandela.

 From you we have seen the champion of equality and a better life for all, irrespective of colour or creed. A cause worth living for. A cause worth dying for.

 We salute you and your absence will be sorely felt in the challenging times we are yet to face.

 Our sincere condolences to the family and to all who clutch the same values as he did.

Sheikh Abdus Salaam Jaad Bassiouni