South African National Halaal
Authority
e-Bulletin

June 2015 :: Shabaan 1436 No. 83

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Editorial

RAMADAAN - THE DIVINE GIFT

We pray to Almighty Allah Ta'ala for you and your family’s good health and happiness as we welcome the honoured guest i.e. the blessed month of Ramadaan.

During this month of Ramadaan, Muslims are blessed with the rigorous regimen of abstention from food, drink and conjugal relationship between dawn and dusk, with additional prayers undertaken and deeds of charity increased.

During this month the Noble Quraan was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who by his example and clear teachings, provided us guidance. Man is a created being and therefore only Divine guidance can solve the problems that beset us today. This is a month which Almighty Allah has designated for the revitalisation of the soul and one's spiritual ascension after a year of sin and spiritual retrogression.

No one can take away this Divine gift of Ramadaan from us; the right to use it for maximum benefit or waste it lies in our hands. May Allah Ta'ala guide us to use it to make lasting changes in our inner and outer lives and as a means of salvation, Aameen.

On behalf of our officials, member organisations, staff, well-wishers and certified plants we wish all an uplifting Ramadaan of peace and prayer.

Editor

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ORGANISATIONAL PROFILE

The Story of our Beginning, the Present and the Future

COUNCIL OF ULAMA EASTERN CAPE (CUEC)

On the advice of the late Ml Cassim Sema, founder of Darul Uloom Newcastle, the Council of Ulama Eastern Cape (CUEC) or Lajnatul Ulama was formed at the end of 1999 with the objective of co-ordinating the activities of the various Ulama in the Eastern Cape. The founding members included Moulana Junaid Adam, the current Ameer, and Moulana Is'haaq Ackerdien.

The need arose to form an organization as there was an increase in the number of graduating Ulama and there was an ever-increasing demand by the community for the services of the Ulama. Senior Ulama were doing a sterling job in the past but it was felt that the time had come to co-ordinate their current activities and operate from an independent, accessible office. Meetings were held with the Ulama and a formal structure was established.

Thus far the membership comprises are more than 60 Ulama from various communities who are involved in diverse fields. These include imaamat, teaching at Muslim schools, Darul Ulooms and Madrasahs. CUEC members provide the bulk of Jummah khateebs in Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage and Grahamstown. Members have qualified as Ulama from the various Darul Ulooms across South Africa and from institutions abroad.

Members’ activities include the Eastern Cape Taalimi Board which oversees teaching and supervising 15 maktabs in the Eastern Cape, Eastern Cape Muslim Prison Board which is overseeing the welfare of Muslim inmates in prisons, managing the Darul Uloom, dedicated girls’ Madrasahs and in printing Islamic newspapers and newsletters.

Departments:
CUEC focuses on five main activities:

  • Social Welfare - distribution of Zakaat and charities.
  • Dawah Department - which involves active dawah in various areas of Eastern Cape.
  • Education - involvement Makatab, Madaaris, higher colleges of Islamic education.
  • Marital Counselling and Dispute Resolution.
  • Fatwa Department - committee that oversees the many queries that are received on a daily basis.

CUEC is an executive member of SANHA and liaises with SANHA on Halaal matters. CUEC does not certify or issue Halaal certificates but assists SANHA in maintaining standards in the Eastern Cape. To address the huge growth in the Halaal market which places demands for a strong regulatory service, CUEC and SANHA are currently working towards developing methods to improve services and communications to the Ummah.

CUEC is a founder member of the United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) and makes its input at the national meetings. It maintains working relationships with many local and national organisations. Members assist in arranging youth programmes at the local universities and are involved with the local radio station broadcasts during Ramadaan.

The CUEC has Ulama representatives in the following areas of the Eastern Cape: Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, Grahamstown, King Williamstown, Queenstown, etc.

To know more about and/or assist with their activities please contact their Ameer, Moulana Junaid Adam.

CUEC Offices:
1 Bell Road, Parkside, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Tel / Fax: +27 [0] 41 457 5476
Cell: +27 [0] 82 657 1554

E-mail: info@councilofulama.co.za
Website: www.councilofulama.co.za

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HADITH

(Sayings and Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him))

Abdullah bin Umar (may Allah be pleased with both father and son) used to say when breaking his fast, “O He Vast in forgiveness! Forgive me.” [al-Bayhaqi]

Comment: There are various established supplications we can learn in addition to presenting our needs before the Divine Court at the time of breaking the fast. Although we satisfy our hunger and thirst at that moment, it is a deeply spiritual time during which we should not forget our Creator.

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WINNING RECIPES

Tried and tested recipes from chefs, gourmet connoisseurs, contributors and also from kitchens of our certified plants for your culinary pleasure.

Save the information and make up your own collection of winning recipes.

A SIMPLE KIBBEH RECIPE

Being a national dish of the Middle East there are many recipes for kibbeh. This one is very easy and perfect for beginners. Developed by Saad Fayed, a restaurateur and writer who has lived in Egypt, Iraq and has travelled extensively in the Middle East.

Winning Recipe

  • Prep Time: 40 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 50 minutes

INGREDIENTS

  • 900g Finely Ground Beef or Lamb, Lean, Divided
  • 230g Bulghur Cracked Wheat, Medium or #2
  • 1½ tsp Salt
  • 1½ tsp Pepper
  • 1 tsp Allspice
  • 1/4 tsp Cumin
  • 2 Medium Onions, 1 Finely Chopped and 1 Coarsely Chopped, Divided
  • ½ Cup Toasted Pine Nuts (Optional)
  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • Vegetable Oil for Frying

PREPARATION

  1. In a medium bowl, soak wheat for 30 minutes in cold water. Remove and drain. Remove excess water by squeezing through thick paper towel or cheesecloth.

  2. Place into medium bowl and combine with 450g meat, coarsely chopped onion, 1 teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon pepper.

  3. Combine well and place small amount in food processor until dough like consistency. You can slowly add an ice cube at a time during processing if needed. Place mixture aside, covered. Instead of using a food processor, you can use a mortar and pestle, however it will take you over an hour to achieve desired consistency.

PREPARE KIBBEH STUFFING

  1. In a medium frying pan, sauté the finely chopped onion in olive oil. Add pine nuts if desired. Add ground lamb or beef and chop well with wooden spoon or spatula to ensure the meat is chopped. Add allspice, salt, pepper, and cumin. Once beef is light brown, remove from heat. Allow to cool for 10 minutes.

ASSEMBLE KIBBEH AND FRY

  1. Take an egg sized amount of shell mixture and form into a ball. With your finger, poke a hole in the ball, making a space for filling. Add filling and pinch the top to seal the ball. You can then shape it into a point, or football shape, or leave as a ball.

  2. Fry in medium heat oil on stove top or in deep fryer for about 10 minutes or until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Makes 25 medium sized kibbeh.

TIPS

Kibbeh can be stored in the freezer in an airtight, freezer safe container for up to 3 months. Prepare and do not fry.


Do you have a recipe to share with the readers?
Send in your favourite recipe to
pro-kzn@sanha.org.za
and who knows, you could be our "guest chef" for a future edition of the e-Bulletin.

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ON MY PLATE

Lingering longer or on the move, he stops here, there and everywhere to share what’s on his plate and his mind. He may be in your place soon but you will never know he is there.

ISTANBUL KEBAB

Istanbul Kebab

Negotiating my way in Central Road in Fordsburg around a puddle of water, yes there are a few of them, and sidestepping the outstretched hands of beggars, there are a few of them too, your senses catch the smell of meat grilling over charcoal. The smell is a reminder of the aromas of rosewater, traffic fumes and salt sprays from the Bosphorus as experienced in Istanbul by wide-eyed travellers.

We came across the establishment Istanbul Kebab, purveyors of Turkish cuisine. Set back from the road and surrounded by specialist shops, all covered by a huge roof that gave it the feel of a cavernous market place, there is a sizeable courtyard dining area with tables and chairs that beckon the hungry. Being mid-afternoon and having worked up a hunger and thirst, no second invitation was necessary for us to be drawn inside.

If you can't get to Turkey this year or the next, then make a point of getting to Istanbul Kebab. The proprietors are from a long line of specialist cooks in Turkish cuisine and butchers from Turkey who established this outlet in 2013, and are dedicated to providing healthy and well balanced Turkish delights in South Africa. From day one, they opted for the SANHA mark of Halaal assurance for their customers. Apart from the buzz and the passing show of the very cosmopolitan make-up of customers at the tables, this is a gem of a place utilising traditional cooking methods and finest ingredients for an unforgettable eating experience. Most impressive is the transparency of the kitchen which operates in full view of patrons. Smiling Turkish cooks are on the go moving those meat laden skewers of kebabs around from preparation to the grill and to the plating.

Istanbul KebabA dizzying selection of chicken, lamb and beef kebabs, chops, shawarmas, wraps and desserts make up the repertoire that they are ready to orchestrate for you. Favourites such as adana and urfa kebabs, and koftas are served with rice, chips, flat bread and salads of cabbage, onion, tomato, lettuce, roasted onion, raw onions, a yoghurt dip and a chilli paste.

We settled for an Istanbul mix plate which consisted of a platter of three different types of kebabs with the accompaniments as described above all for a mere R150 which was adequate for the three of us. Oh! they also throw in free Turkish or apple tea. The meats were grilled to perfection and the baklava that we ordered for dessert sent this reviewer’s sugar levels spiralling - not a morsel was left on the serving tray. The service matched the quality of the food and the proprietor Mr Ilhan is a hands on operator and we observed him moving from diner to diner to ensure that all was in order.

In summing up Istanbul kebab will certainly be on my map when seeking out a quality dining experience. They take pride on their high standard of food with friendly and professional service in a relaxed eating atmosphere. It was one of the best value for money restaurants we have reviewed for some time.

They are open from 9am to 9pm Monday to Thursday and going up to 10:30pm on weekends.

ADDRESS: 52 Central Road, Fordsburg, Johannesburg

TEL: +27 11 056 5749             
CELL: +27 79 146 0379 

They also have branches in Ormonde and Rivonia.

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I DIDN'T KNOW THAT

Interesting "bites" to whet the appetite for knowledge.

Nothing can be more international than the human preoccupation of cooking and eating, leading to the development of dishes that became favourites of nations and synonymous to that country. We will bring you some of the more famous ones in this and future editions.

LEBANON / SYRIA - KIBBEH

Spain - Paella

Credited to Lebanon and Syria, Kibbeh is a popular dish in Levantine cuisine, and found in Palestine, Jordan as well as in North African countries. It is made of bulgur (cracked wheat), minced onions, and lean, finely ground beef, lamb, goat, or camel meat. The best-known variety is a torpedo-shaped fried croquette stuffed with minced beef or lamb. Other types of kibbeh may be shaped into balls or patties, and baked or cooked in broth.

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SMILE AWHILE

In the serious world of Halaal, we take this moment to bring you a smile, a chuckle or even a hearty laugh. It's therapeutic, so pass it on.

Halaluddin is a fictional character through whose views, escapades and humorous anecdotes are given as lessons of life.

After 15 years of marriage, Halaluddin’s wife asked her husband to describe her.

He looked at her slowly and without blinking an eye, said: “A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K”.

"What does that mean?" she asked.

"Adorable, Beautiful, Cute, Delightful, Elegant, Fashionable, Gorgeous and Hot," Halaluddin replied.
Smiling, she asked: “What about I-J-K?”

Halaluddin replied: “I'm Just Kidding”.

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Please feel free to download and use as you like. The courtesy of an acknowledgement will be appreciated if you intend posting and / or republishing.

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30 SECOND INTERVIEW

Who's Who in the World of Halaal

NAME

Muhammed Wahseem Saib

MARITAL STATUS

Married

EDUCATION

High School Education - Pietermaritzburg
Aalim Faadil (Madressa Nizamia / Inaamiyyah Camperdown)

POSITION

HOD Inspectorate/Inspectorate Co-ordinator – SANHA Durban

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Ensuring the Halaal programme runs smoothly.
Attending to Problem Alerts and making sure the Ummah consumes Halaal.

OTHER INTERESTS

Computer Programming & Gaming, Outdoor adventures, Fishing, Sight Seeing, Social work and cars

MESSAGE

Islam is not a religion, it is a way of life. It’s not how you present it but how you live it that presents itself.

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PHOTO GALLERY

Get the Picture - it's Worth a Thousand Words

GULFOOD 2015

The SANHA stand at one of the world’s major food exhibitions in Dubai.

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Know Islam Series

One out of every five persons on this planet is a Muslim. He is your neighbour, customer, supplier, employee, boss or friend.

FASTING

Fasting is one of five primary obligations or pillars of Islam that each Muslim must fulfil throughout his or her adult lifetime. Undertaken during the Islamic month of Ramadaan, Muslims do not partake of any food, drink or indulge in conjugal relations from dawn to sunset. They engage in additional prayer and increase deeds of charity during this time. Fasting was prescribed by Allah Almighty to the Believers through the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the Prophets that preceded him. It is highly recommended that the poor, hungry and the orphans are not forgotten and are given due attention in keeping with his example.

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Recent Announcements

ROMANS PIZZA
HEIDELBERG MALL - GP

The above store is HARAAM and has fraudulently used the SANHA logo in advertising.

Please Abstain!!


LA VENEZIANA
ICE CREAM
MAGALIESBURG, NW

Use liquor on their premises in some variants.

Please abstain!!!

Any queries pertaining to the above or any other aspect of Halaal may be referred to our offices.

HALAAL HELPLINE
0861 786 111

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CONTENTS

30 Second Interview

Competition / Giveaway

Editorial

Forthcoming Events

Hadith

Health and Beauty

I Didn't Know That

Industry News

Know Islam

Mysterious spice

On My Plate

Organisation Profile

Photo Gallery

Questions and Answers

Readers Write

Recently Certified

Recent Announcements

Smile a While

Tell us and We'll Tell the World

Trade Opportunities

Winning Recipes

Questions & Answers

Q: Is the Nutrissentials expectant mum multivitamin capsules certified Halaal by SANHA?

A: No, they are not certified Halaal by SANHA.

Q: Are Knorr Stockpots Halaal?

A: All South African Knorr products are manufactured to our Halaal criteria, produced in Halaal-certified facilities and carry the SANHA Mark of Halaal assurance. As the Knorr Stockpots are manufactured and imported from Italy where we have neither the knowledge of the process nor the jurisdiction, no assurances can be given. Since there is doubt then it is better to abstain.

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Industry News

FAMOUS BRANDS

Famous Brands continues to reap the rewards of being a leader in the pizza fast-food franchise market, despite concerns this could be dented by the introduction of international players. This week, Famous Brands reported a 14% increase in revenue in its South African market to R615 million in the year ended March 28. It seems that even in the midst of weak economic growth, South Africans cannot resist a burger or pizza.

In the same period, it opened 213 new restaurants across its brand portfolio, which is home to some of South Africa’s favourites, including Wimpy, Debonairs Pizza, Steers and many others.

Famous Brands is still bullish, and plans to open up 202 new restaurants in the country by the end of this year according to group CEO, Kevin Hedderwick.

Click here www.sanha.org.za for a list of SANHA certified restaurants.


FRANCHISING NEWS

It has been reported that the franchise sector as a whole contributes approximately 9.7% to the total GDP of the country and provides in excess of 500 000 jobs. Mr Gerrie van Biljon, Executive Director of Business Partners Limited says that given the current economic environment in the country, the franchise sector offers a safer investment for entrepreneurs when compared to new, untried business models.

Business / Partners’ confidence in the sector led the company to introduce its Franchise Fund, a partnership fund aimed at existing and aspiring entrepreneurs with limited assets and access to capital. The Franchise Fund offers opportunities to own and expand a franchise through finance and mentorship. Six deals to the value of R6.9 million have already been approved by the fund.

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Recently Certified List

SANHA certifies over 1400 establishments ranging from large multi-nationals to many proudly South African enterprises including cottage industries.

We congratulate the following for being awarded the coveted SANHA Halaal Mark of Assurance:

  • Coetzee Dairy: Gedeelte, 90 Van Die Plaas, Luipaardsvlei, Gauteng - Dairy, Yoghurts

  • Chesa Nyama Northcliff: Cnr Beyers Naude Drive & Alice Street, Northcliff Total Garage, Gauteng - Restaurants

  • GC Rieber Compact South Africa (Pty) Ltd: 114 Cannon Island Way Extension, Capricorn Technology Park, Muizenberg, Western Cape - Medical

  • Bassalicious (Pty) Ltd: 68 8th Avenue, Rondebosch East, Western Cape - Marinade and Sauces

  • Dulce Café Shop 8, Kensington Square, 53 Adelaide Tambo Drive, Durban North, KwaZulu Natal - Restaurant

For a detailed list of SANHA certified establishments and other queries, please email helpline@sanha.org.za

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Competition & Giveaways

RADIO ISLAM DECODER

Win a Radio Islam Satellite Dish and Decoder Set valued over R600 and listen to your favourite Islamic programs with digital clarity.  
Answer the following questions:

  1. What day is the weekly SANHA programme held on Radio Islam?

  2. Name any one of the five special Ramadaan broadcast programmes?

  3. Which SANHA office would you like to collect your prize from if you are a winner?

Competition closing date: Friday, 25th September 2015.

To qualify, the subject line must read “Radio Islam Decoder”

Send your answers to
pro-kzn@sanha.org.za

T&C’s apply. Click here to view

GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY RADIO ISLAM


BOOK GIVEAWAY

BY DOWNLOAD ONLY

HOLY QUR’AN SUMMARY FOR TARAWEEH PURPOSES

72 page booklet by Professor Yusuf Dadoo provides a concise summary for each night from the 1st to the 27th Taraweeh.

Book

A perfect pre-reading before the important nightly Salaah.

To download click here:
Quran/Tarawih Summary


DVD GIVEAWAY BY MAIL

HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR RAMADAAN

Dr Farouk Haffejee’s hour-long presentation detailing how to have a healthy Ramadaan is yours for the asking.

DVD

Write to
pro-kzn@sanha.org.za
with your postal address.

Subject line must read
“Ramadaan DVD”. 

BOOK AND DVD GIVEAWAY GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY THE IPCI

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Tell Us And We'll Tell The World

RADIO ISLAM

Radio Islam was amongst the first of the Islamic community radio stations that were established in a post- apartheid liberated South Africa. It is a free on-air service that broadcasts on medium wave 1548.

Its original footprint was the greater Gauteng area. However, with advances in satellite technology and use of a signal decoder, one can receive clear signals all over Southern Africa. Also, with audio streaming via their website www.radioislam.co.za listenership has gone global. Thousands of hits from countries as far away as Australia, USA, Saudi Arabia and the UK bear testimony to this.

Radio Islam is an ardent supporter of issues pertaining to the consumption of Halaal and hosts a weekly programme on Mondays in conjunction with SANHA.

Each Ramadaan they present award-winning programmes that are unparalleled in excellence and popularity with listeners. SANHA has been able to learn that the following programmes will be presented this Ramadaan.

  1. Profiles of companions of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them).

  2. A superb and “captivating” Drama programme.

  3. The "Spelling Bee" competition with participation from schools nationally.

  4. The Ramadaan Rahlah – taking the radio “caravan” into town and country.

  5. The nightly Quiz competition with the grand prize of overseas travel.

For more details:

Tel: +27 11 854-7022
Fax: +27 11 854-7024
Studio: +27 11 854 1548

Email:newsletter@radioislam.co.za

Website: www.radioislam.co.za

For a chance to win a Radio Islam Decoder go to the Competition / Giveaway section.

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Readers Write

I would like to take the time to thank you for your patience and assistance at the Sandton Convention Centre for the Standard Bank Indaba 2015. The amount of help and assistance you all gave us was fantastic and without it I don’t think we could have achieved such success. I would also like to say that the team that spent time with us were wonderful to work with.

I look forward to our next endeavour together.

Thanking you once again.

Garth Shnier
Executive Chef - Sandton Sun

The organisers required the catering services to be certified Halaal for their Muslim guests at this event and contacted our offices.

Editor

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Forthcoming Events

DATE EVENT - VENUE

21 - 23
June 15

Africa Big Seven - Gallagher Estate, South Africa

23 - 25
July 15

Halal Expo & Conference Australia - Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

25 - 31
Aug 15

FACIM (Feira Internacional de Maputo) - Maputo, Mozambique

30 Aug -
3 Sep 15

Outward Selling Mission to UAE & OMAN - UAE & Oman

03 - 06
Sep 15

World Food Istanbul - Istanbul, Turkey

22 - 25
Oct 15

8th International Halal & Tayyib Conference - Istanbul, Turkey

14 - 17
Sep 15

World Food Moscow - Mockba, Russia

21 - 25
Sep 15

Outward Selling & Investment Mission to Indonesia - Jakarta & Makassar

29 Sep 15 -
02 Oct 15

Food and Hotel Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Trade Opportunities

MID YEAR UPDATE
TRADE FAIRS & EXHIBITIONS

"… but let there be amongst you traffic and trade by mutual goodwill" Noble Al-Quran Surah 4 Verse 29

Listed below are the latest Trade Fairs and Exhibition in an around the continent and abroad. Many have already gained benefit from participating.

Select the ones most suited to you and click for information on the links provided.

WE CAN HELP!!!


KENYA AGRI & FOOD EXPO 2015
17 – 19 JUNE 2015
NAIROBI, KENYA

Click here for more information


AFRICA BIG SEVEN
21 – 23 JUNE 2015

Click here for more information


OUTWARD SELLING MISSION TO UNITED ARAB EMIRATES & OMAN
30 AUGUST – 03 SEPTEMBER 2015
UAE & OMAN

Click here for more information


OUTWARD SELLING AND INVESTMENT MISSION (OSIM) TO INDONESIA
21 – 25 SEPTEMBER 2015
JAKARTA AND MAKASSAR

Click here for more information


OUTWARD SELLING & INVESTMENT MISSION TO KUWAIT & QATAR
29 NOVEMBER – 3 DECEMBER 2015
KUWAIT & QATAR

Click here for more information

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Mysterious Spice and all things Nice

Your discovery column of spectacular spices, fabulous fruits, incredible ingredients, vital vegetables, marvelous minerals and vibrant vitamins.

E120

COCHINEAL, CARMINE, COLOUR (E120), CARMINIC ACID, COLOUR INDEX (CI 75470) NATURAL RED 4, CRIMSON LAKE

These are all names of a bright red food colouring derived from the crushing of the cochineal scale insect. It is used in a variety of food products such as:-

  • Frozen processed meat and fish
  • Soft drinks, fruit drinks, energy drinks, powdered drinks
  • Yoghurts, ice cream and dairy products
  • Candy, syrups, fillings and chewing gum
  • Canned fruits like cherries and jams
  • Dehydrated and canned soups
  • Sauces and seasonings

According to majority of the Shari’ah scholars, the consumption of insects is not permitted and falls under the purview of the Quranic verse, “...He permits pure substances for them and forbids filthy substance unto them...” (Surah 7: Verse 157)

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Health and Beauty

Look good - feel good. Tips for a sound mind in a sound body

RAMADAAN - THE GIFT OF HEALTH

Ramadaan is the time to take a break from pursuit of senseless pleasure and rediscover our inner selves.  We’re not just body, but body and soul. In Ramadaan we deprive the body to uplift the soul that can liberate us and draw us closer to our Creator. 

We thank Allah Ta’ala for allowing us to witness and experience another blessed month of Ramadaan. The best and most beneficial benefit would be for you to be in the best of health to extract maximum benefit.

Dr. Farouk Haffejee of the Islamic Medical Association of South Africa and renowned host of the weekly health programme on Radio Al Ansaar gives sound advice on how to avoid some common health problems encountered in Ramadaan. Benefit from his years of experience in serving the community.

You can find out more about the Do’s and Don’ts of a successful Ramadaan diet by listening to his hour-long DVD presentation sponsored by the IPCI being made available as a free gift to you.

See our Competition and Giveaway section for details on how to obtain your free copy of the DVD.

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KWAZULU NATAL
Tel: (+27 31) 207 5768
Fax: (+27 31) 207 5793
sanha-kzn@sanha.org.za
GAUTENG
Tel: (+27 11) 870 8000
Fax: (+27 11) 870 8020
sanha-gp@sanha.org.za
CAPE TOWN
Tel: (+27 21) 633 4145/6
Fax: (+27 21) 633 4148
sanha-cpt@sanha.org.za

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