06 July 2020   14. Zul Qadah 1441
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Since the lockdown in South Africa has been extended to 30 April, it is inevitable that a few days of Ramadan will be spent under lockdown.

The outbreak of the Coronavirus has caused many to go into social isolation and will result in many people working from home.

With the national lockdown having taken effect we are all at home and have plenty of time to think and reflect on our lives.

The President of South Africa called for a 21 day nationwide lockdown on 23 March 2020. The lockdown comes into effect at midnight on Thursday, 26 March 2020 until 16 April 2020.

It is established from the Ahadith, that Nabi r used to recite the Qunoot (dua) in Salah for the protection of the Muslim community when a severe calamity and disaster faced the Ummah.

Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus in South Africa, and directives from the President and Government, please take note of the following guidelines

Based on Government directives, as well as the advice of expert Muslim medical practitioners, large gatherings are to be avoided due to the strong possibility of the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus.
Facts about the virus
At present, about 90 000 people worldwide have been infected with COVID-19. South Africa recorded its first confirmed case on 5 March 2020. Over 50 countries are now affected.
Rajab is the seventh month in the Islamic lunar calendar and the second of the ‘four sacred months’ referred to as “Al-Ash-hurul hurum”. (Surah Tawbah)

At Tayyibul Mutayyab (One who is pure and chaste in every way) and One who is protected from Shaytan

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