Recipes

Zaakirah Essack – Corn Dogs

Zaakirah Essack – Corn Dogs

Written by on November 12, 2014 in Easy Recipes with 0 Comments

Ingredients They are like hotdogs but only without the long bun Ingredients ½ cup corn meal (mealie meal) ½ cup flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ½ cup milk 1 beaten egg 1 Tablespoon melted butter Hotdog ( Vienna’s) , Skewers, oil for frying. Method  Before […]

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Zaynab Ebrahim Mia – Khaman

Zaynab Ebrahim Mia – Khaman

Written by on November 4, 2014 in Easy Recipes with 0 Comments

Ingredients 1 cup semolina 1 cup   inkomaas(sour milk) (I use plain yoghurt) 1 heap tsp salt 1 tsp dhana 1 tsp gr jeeru,,,,arad 3 tsp sugar Lemon juice to taste Green chillie n garlic 2 tbsp oil 2 heap tbsp chana flour Lastly add 1 heap tsp eno fruit salts Method Mix together taste […]

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Nanima Projects

Live Your Power

Live Your Power

Written by on October 17, 2014 in Projects with 0 Comments

Entrance fee can be paid at the door. Sold at first come first serve basis Edris Khamissa – Power Speaking Edris Khamissa is an International Consultant in Education and Human Development. He was raised in Port Shepstone.  He began his career as a teacher of English. His passion and expertise for the subject culminated in his […]

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Surviving book Launch and Purple Heart ChariTea

Surviving book Launch and Purple Heart ChariTea

Written by on March 31, 2014 in Projects with 0 Comments

Surviving by Asmaa khan book launch Speeches by Asmaa Khan, Taahira Rubidge Sayed and Saaleha Idrees Bamjee When I read Asmaa’s blog post the first time I never thought it would end like this. I enjoyed reading the post and the Nani character attracted me to the book instantly. It was well written and although […]

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Lifestyle

South Africa 2014 Ramadan 1435 Rustenburg Timetable

South Africa 2014 Ramadan 1435 Rustenburg Timetable

Written by on June 11, 2014 in Lifestyle with 0 Comments

Ramadan Calendars designed by RDLB Digital Design House in partnership with Ask Nanima and 1000 good deeds  – if you would like to place an order for your own branded Ramadan calendars email [email protected]  to get a quote Download PDF COPY of Rustenburg 2014 Ramadan 1435 Timetable  or click on image to get pdf    Nanima’s ramadan goodie bag    1. […]

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South Africa 2014 Ramadan 1435 Polokwane Pietersburg Timetable

South Africa 2014 Ramadan 1435 Polokwane Pietersburg Timetable

Written by on June 11, 2014 in Lifestyle with 0 Comments

Ramadan Calendars designed by RDLB Digital Design House in partnership with Ask Nanima and 1000 good deeds  – if you would like to place an order for your own branded Ramadan calendars email [email protected]  to get a quote Download PDF COPY of Polokwane 2014 Ramadan 1435 Timetable  or click on image to get pdf      Nanima’s ramadan goodie bag    […]

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Parenting

Peter Rabbit – Mystery Thief and Peter Rabbit Sticker Activity Book

Peter Rabbit – Mystery Thief and Peter Rabbit Sticker Activity Book

Written by on November 21, 2013 in Book Club, Parenting with 0 Comments

Peter Rabbit is a timeless classic. I remember these stories from when I was younger. My 7 year daughter bachoo read the story to us, my 4 year old son favourite character was cotton tail. The book was well written and I really happy to see that my 7 year old managed to read it […]

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Ramadan Fasting Chart for Children

Ramadan Fasting Chart for Children

Written by on July 21, 2013 in Parenting with 0 Comments

  Are you little ones fasting?  1000 good deeds has created a fasting colouring chart for the smallies to colour in as they fast. designed by Eeman Designs right click and save image as to download Chart  

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Book Club

Book Review: Bear Adventure by Anthony McGowan

Book Review: Bear Adventure by Anthony McGowan

Written by on January 14, 2014 in Book Club with 0 Comments

Book reviewed by Hanna Essop Amazon Hunt and her cousin Frazer are members of the TRACKS an organisation formed to protect the worlds critically endangered and rare animals. They are now in the forests of Canada with Amazons uncle, Hal Hunt, looking for her parents who were lost in a plane crash. Suddenly they come […]

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Book Review: Disney Junior and Princesses Annual Activity Book 2014

Book Review: Disney Junior and Princesses Annual Activity Book 2014

Written by on December 14, 2013 in Book Club with 0 Comments

My 7 year old daughter really enjoyed these books. When we received them, it was school time. I told her she can’t play with them until holidays. It really kept her busy during the holidays. Being our little princess, she really enjoyed the princess book. Her little brother who is 3 years old is to […]

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Baking

Zuraida Ismail Amajee – Coffee Cake

Zuraida Ismail Amajee – Coffee Cake

Written by on November 5, 2014 in Baking with 0 Comments

Ingredients 4 Eggs 1 Cup Castor Sugar 1 Cup Flour 2 Tsp Baking Powder 1/2 Cup Oil 1 Tblsp Coffee Granules Method: Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Beat Eggs until light & fluffy. Beat in sugar until well blended. Add sifted flour to mixture and fold in gently. Then add in oil. Add sifted baking […]

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Tutti Frutti by Fatima Bulbulia

Tutti Frutti by Fatima Bulbulia

Written by on April 8, 2014 in Baking with 0 Comments

  Drain can of koo fruit salad, reserve juice. Slice strawberries, kiwi and add to fruit salad, add in any fruit juice that you like. Boil the reserved can juice with half cup sugar, half cup water and 1-2tsp ghas. Pour this into fruit, mix, thereafter pour into mould. Serve with condense milk mixed with […]

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Charity

Wonderbag Winter Warmers – Little Rose

Wonderbag Winter Warmers – Little Rose

Written by on June 30, 2014 in Charity with 0 Comments

The Little Rose Centre provides day care services for vulnerable children in Kliptown, Soweto in South Africa. Started on 3 November 1993, The Little Rose Centre was started in an old double decker bus where the bottom was used as a day care centre and the top as the communal kitchen. More info contact Ouma Fazila  Majola 0733666171 […]

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Tears Foundation Rape Hotline gets help

Tears Foundation Rape Hotline gets help

Written by on August 28, 2013 in Charity with 0 Comments

Sometimes to help others you need help yourself. Due to the generosity of  Dr Wentzel, Tears Foundation, the Rape Hotline have received office space making them effective to assist Rape and Sexual Abuse victims. TEARS RAPE SEXUAL ABUSE HOTLINE Rape, sexual abuse and HIV/AIDS are challenges facing all South Africans. Unfortunately, many victims of abuse […]

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News

Yusuf Talia passes away

Yusuf Talia passes away

Written by on September 22, 2014 in News, u with 0 Comments

Yusuf Talia, despite his challenges with Muscular Dystrophy  was truly an inspiration to all that knew him.  He was the President of the MSA Union, vice president of the Wits SRC. He was also very active with the Free Palestine campaign. In his time at university he studied a science degree and a accounting degree. […]

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Ask Nanima – Radio Islam International Best blog Ramadan 2014

Ask Nanima – Radio Islam International Best blog Ramadan 2014

Written by on August 13, 2014 in News with 0 Comments

Feedback www.nanima.co.za Excellent social awareness site. Blog that has the feel of a website. Lots of relevant posts on local issues. Sections on baking, parenting, recipes, projects and more. Podcast of the Ask Nanima Entry Announcement of Best blog Radio Islam International Ramadan 2014 Podcast Announcing winners of Radio Islam International Web and blog awards […]

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Surviving

Surviving: Chapter one: The Past – Part One

Surviving: Chapter one: The Past – Part One

Written by on November 27, 2013 in Book Club, Surviving with 1 Comment

Author: Asmaa Dangorgeos Khan   Chapter one: The Past – Part One They say when life hands you lemons, you should make lemonade. Probably to sweeten the bitterness, maybe to cool you off and allow you time to stop and think. Maybe they just say that. I wouldn’t know what to do with lemons, because I […]

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travel

Durban – Things to do

Durban – Things to do

Written by on January 27, 2012 in Travel with 0 Comments

  Activity: Contact details: Description : Pricing/ Times: Location: Moses Mabida Stadium Kwanda Zondi Travel by funicular to the top of the stadiums arch for a 360º view of Durban Adults: R55 per person Look for it on Durban’s skyline +27 31 582 8242 Pensioners: R50 per person 1.   SkyCar +27 31 582 8252 Ninos […]

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Things to do in Joburg

Things to do in Joburg

Written by on October 3, 2011 in Travel with 8 Comments

  A list of Family outings compiled by Muaz Mahomed in and around Jozi, with reviews, websites, entrance fees,  halaal food info etc. No Place Address Description  Entrance Fee (Approx)  Halaal Food Comments 1 Lola Park Apparently closed down  152 Viewpoint Road East, Bartlett A.H, Boksburg, 1459 Theme park with rides aimed at kids upto […]

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Load shedding 2014 – South Africa

Load shedding 2014 – South Africa

Written by on March 6, 2014 in News with 0 Comments

EISHKOM – What are your suggestions to lighten the load? Eskom Loadshedding schedule for South Africa  Click on logo or here for Eskom client loadshedding schedule City Power Loadshedding schedule click on logo or here City Power Loadshedding schedule Tshwane/Pretoria Loadshedding schedule Click on logo above or click here on Pretoria/Tshwane loadshedding schedule Ethekweni/Durban loadshedding […]

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Discover Yourself by Sadatullah Khan

Discover Yourself by Sadatullah Khan

Written by on March 8, 2011 in Lifestyle with 1 Comment

Discover yourself Review Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Kader Khan watchout there is a new Khan in town, Sadatullah Khan. An energetic man from Bangalore, a man on mission to change the world one heart at a time. The course takes you through a mixed masala of emotions. You feel like you are watching a […]

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Zaakirah Essack – Corn Dogs

Zaakirah Essack – Corn Dogs

Written by on November 12, 2014 in Easy Recipes with 0 Comments

Ingredients They are like hotdogs but only without the long bun Ingredients ½ cup corn meal (mealie meal) ½ cup flour 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ½ cup milk 1 beaten egg 1 Tablespoon melted butter Hotdog ( Vienna’s) , Skewers, oil for frying. Method  Before […]

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Zuraida Ismail Amajee – Coffee Cake

Zuraida Ismail Amajee – Coffee Cake

Written by on November 5, 2014 in Baking with 0 Comments

Ingredients 4 Eggs 1 Cup Castor Sugar 1 Cup Flour 2 Tsp Baking Powder 1/2 Cup Oil 1 Tblsp Coffee Granules Method: Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Beat Eggs until light & fluffy. Beat in sugar until well blended. Add sifted flour to mixture and fold in gently. Then add in oil. Add sifted baking […]

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Zaynab Ebrahim Mia – Khaman

Zaynab Ebrahim Mia – Khaman

Written by on November 4, 2014 in Easy Recipes with 0 Comments

Ingredients 1 cup semolina 1 cup   inkomaas(sour milk) (I use plain yoghurt) 1 heap tsp salt 1 tsp dhana 1 tsp gr jeeru,,,,arad 3 tsp sugar Lemon juice to taste Green chillie n garlic 2 tbsp oil 2 heap tbsp chana flour Lastly add 1 heap tsp eno fruit salts Method Mix together taste […]

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