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The Secretary of the Association of Muslim Schools (AMS) Ebrahim Ansoor says while the first Muslim schools pre-dispensation were established by pioneers to avoid learners being influenced by foreign ideologies and an alien cultural outlook, with the dawn of democracy, communities felt it was necessary to establish Muslim independent schools just a…
 
The project director for the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Sumaya Khaki says Finance Minister Tito Mbowen is in a very difficult position as he prepares to deliver his 2021 budget speech. Khaki was speaking to Radio Islam on Tuesday ahead of Mboweni’s budget at 2pm on Wednesday.…
 
Can you automate therapy? Ross Harper studied both Neuroscience (Cambridge) and Mathematical Modelling (UCL) — combining the two into his lovechild: Limbic — an AI therapy assistant. We talk about the challenges of working in mental health, different business models in the area and how Ross sold his face to pay off his uni debt. I hope you enjoy. Y…
 
Questions have been raised about why Israel is carrying out a major expansion of its Dimona nuclear facilityHafez Moosa also shared his analyses of Zionists accusing Reverend Frank Chikane of declaring war on Israel.Hafez Moosa also touched on news about on African National Congress (ANC) secretary general Ace Magashule after his court appearance o…
 
On this week's show, Faizel chats about:“Touchdown confirmed” - NASA’s Perseverance Lands on Mars to search for existence of life on the red planet; Hisense launches TriChroma laser TV’s; Rocketnet launches first for SA live internet status updates; MotoGP 21 Warms up its engines! The most realistic MotoGP ever is ready to cross the finish line; Wi…
 
An environmental science professor at the University of the North West says the sulphur smell that has been hanging in the air has been exacerbated by the changing in the wind direction. Professor Roelof Burger was speaking to Radio Islam on Friday about the stench that has been hanging in the air for more than a week now.…
 
University of Johannesburg Professor Kate Alexander says only about 67% of South Africans want to be inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine. This comes after the Human Science Research Council, held a seminar on the findings and analysis from a COVID Democracy Survey on Wednesday, when President Cyril Ramaphosa and Health Minister Zweli Mkhize receiv…
 
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre in partnership with the Albayaan Islamic Council Trust has officially launched the food assistance programme in support of the people of South Africa.The event took place at the Image Lifestyle Centre in Johannesburg with a number of dignitaries and stakeholders in attendance.…
 
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre in partnership with the Albayaan Islamic Council Trust has officially launched the food assistance programme in support of the people of South Africa.The event took place at the Image Lifestyle Centre in Johannesburg with a number of dignitaries and stakeholders in attendance.…
 
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre in partnership with the Albayaan Islamic Council Trust has officially launched the food assistance programme in support of the people of South Africa.The event took place at the Image Lifestyle Centre in Johannesburg with a number of dignitaries and stakeholders in attendance.…
 
Johannesburg Human Settlements MEC Mlungisi Mabaso says the city has opened criminal cases against syndicates selling illegal land in Lenasia, Lenasia South and surrounds. Mabaso was speaking to Radio Islam on Wednesday about improving the living conditions of the city’s poor, especially after living himself at the Dube Hostel for nine years…
 
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