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Jamiatul Ulama KwaZulu Natal
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The Jamiatul Ulama was established on the 15 January 1955 (20 Jumaadal Ula 1374) at the East Street Madrasah, in Pietermaritzburg. The primary objective was the preservation, protection and propagation of true and pristine Islam. All Praise to Allah Ta’aala, this body has evolved to become a fortress of Deen, holding aloft the banner of Islam in this era of different trials and tribulations. It was indeed a momentous occasion when our senior founder members of the Jamiat met to establish the organization which was to become the official body of religious, educational and other affairs of the Muslim Community of KwaZulu-Natal.
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Umhlanga Islamic Society
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In July 2000, the Umhlanga Islamic Society was formed. At the time there were approximately thirty Muslim families residing in Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal. The main aim of the society was to facilitate the construction of a mosque in the area and to foster an Islamic ethos. The Society approached the Local Council for the allocation of land on which to construct a Musjid, but it was informed that all the land zoned as worship sites had already been allocated for the construction of churches. The Society then secured an option from Moreland Developments to purchase a site in Sommerset Park which was 5250 square meters in extent, for the purpose of such construction. The option was subject to various conditions eg. the Society was obliged to facilitate the rezoning of such a site as a worship site, there was to be no amplification, ie. loud calling of the azaan, no minaret and dome to the proposed mosque building etc. The Society pursued the rezoning of the site and successfully resisted many objections from non-muslim residents and owners. They also successfully negotiated a relaxation of the conditions relating to the non-construction of a minaret and a dome. Hence, the beautiful Mosque at Umhlanga, by the grace of Allah (S.W.T) enjoys a beautiful minaret and a dome. The building of the Musjid commenced around the middle of 2001 and was completed by October 2002. The Musjid’s property consists of salaat facilities for women, Madressa class rooms, a hall, houses for both the resident Imaam and the resident deputy Imaam (muezzin). The Trustees who have administered and still administer the Umhlanga Musjid and the Society are Mahomed Haroon Essa, Farhad Khan and Yosuf Ally. The deputy Imaam is Muhammed. The resident Imaam is Moulana Mohammad Vanker, who has studied at Madrash Inaamiyya, Camperdown, South Africa, under the guidance of many scholars including Mufti Ebrahim Desai. The Musjid itself accommodates approximately two hundred and fifty Mussalihs, the Sehen approximately fifty more Mussalihs, and the Hall and the covered surroundings a further approximately five hundred Mussalihs. The Mussalihs of the Musjid hail from various professions and the Imaam, Moulana Mohammad Vanker draws from their expertise and experience from time to time in rendering advice to the various people who contact him regularly for advice. The desire of Moulana Mohammad Vanker and the Society is to eventually establish primary, secondary and tertiary institutes of learning, Insha-Allah, on the Mosque property. The Musjid is a House of Allah (S.W.T), a nucleus in the lives of Muslims in the area and surrounds, and has been and will increasingly continue to be a binding force of the Umhlanga Islamic and extra Islamic Communities.
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Masjidul Manaazir
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Ideal stop over for the traveller with ladies facilities and wheelchair friendly.

West Street, Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal 3350
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Juma Masjid
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The magnificent Juma Masjid Mosque, the largest mosque in the Southern hemisphere, dominates Durbans central Indian district. Its gilt-domed minarets tower over the bustling commercial area, but inside the marbled worship hall is peaceful and boasts a simple elegance. Tours of the mosque can be arranged. Around the mosque, on Grey Street, are several Indian food outlets, most offering the uniquely Durban bunnychow (half a loaf of bread scooped out and filled with curry). Off of Grey Street is the Madressa Arcade bazaar. Also in the area is the brightly painted Victoria Street Market (on the corner of Queen and Russell streets) offering incense, henna tattoos, spices and other exotic goods.
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Isipingo Beach Masjid
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Masjid at the Darul Uloom, Islamic University.

4 3rd Avenue, Isipingo Beach, KwaZulu-Natal 4133
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45th Cutting Mosque
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In 1905 a piece of ground, adjacent to the main road (Jan Smuts Highway) to Pietermaritzburg, was purchased by Hazrath Soofie Saheb RA and placed into a Trust. The area was known as Rooikopjies. Initially a foundation was laid for a Musjid, but perhaps he foresaw the road widening that was to affect the site in time to come and he built a wood and iron Jamat Khana on the western side of the land, which was also used as a Madressa. A residence was built for the Imam and the Muezzin. The Northern end of this land was used as a cemetery which is still in existence. Thus this institution catered for the needs of the Muslims of the 45th Cutting and part of Mayville and Sydenham areas.
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Musjid ut Taqwa
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55 Joyce Road, Durban, Kwazulu Natal 4037
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Verulam Fairview Musallah
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Galaxy Way & Solar Clos, Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal 4339
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Glenwood Musalla
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296 Che Guevara Road , Durban, KwaZulu-Natal 3244
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