Recipes

Ramadan Savouries in Wonderbag Tip by Atiyya Gardee

Ramadan Savouries in Wonderbag Tip by Atiyya Gardee

Written by on May 30, 2017 in Easy Recipes with 0 Comments

Here is a tip from our middleburg wonderbag agent Atiyya Gardee   How to get out of the kitchen faster pre-iftaar. With the winter months, the time between Asr, maghrib and Esha is very close to each other and can be very hectic. By using my Wonderbag to keep savouries hot, i can get that […]

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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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Nanima Foundation

Nanima Foundation Mandela day 2017

Nanima Foundation Mandela day 2017

Written by on November 7, 2017 in Nanima Foundation

Each year, 18 July is dedicated to engaging in 67 minutes of humanitarian pursuits as our renowned former leader, Nelson Mandela did for 67 years. Enthusiastic learners celebrate Mandela Day in Mthatha During the lead up to Mandela Day, the Nanima Foundation volunteered at the Innovation Workshop in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, assisting Africa Rising for three […]

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Nanima Foundation Donations

Nanima Foundation Donations

Written by on June 2, 2017 in Nanima Foundation

Nanima Foundation is official an Non Profit Company. We have section 18 status to give all our donors tax certificates. We have Public benefit organisation status as well. Please visit our facebook page – Ask Nanima or visit our website to see what charity projects we currently busy with and how you can help and […]

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Lifestyle

8 June 2017 Nanima Reflecting on 10 years

8 June 2017 Nanima Reflecting on 10 years

Written by on June 8, 2017 in Lifestyle

TOP 10 NANIMA MEMORIES 1. Evolution of the Nanima website 2007 –  Launching website and concept on 8 June 2007 when by brother came home with idea of starting website for bored housewives to start assisting working mothers and start the Nanima website. We started of initially with a word document that we published on […]

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2017 Ramadan 1438 timetables

2017 Ramadan 1438 timetables

Written by on May 24, 2017 in Lifestyle

DOWNLOAD LINK SOUTH AFRICA RAMADAN TIMETABLES – DURBAN, CAPE TOWN, JOHANNESBURG, PRETORIA or save picture       for other area timetables visit source: Jamiat.org.za  For other timetables visit  source: Jamiat.org.za  Ramadaan Times For 1438/2017 City Latitude Longitude Time Zone Alice 32°47’S 26°50’E +2.0 Aliwal North 30°41’S 26°43’E +2.0 Amanzimtoti 30°3’S 30°53’E +2.0 Amersfoort 27°1’S 29°52’E +2.0 Amsterdam Mp […]

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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

Confessions of an Addict by Mumtaz Moosa Saley

Confessions of an Addict by Mumtaz Moosa Saley

Written by on March 4, 2015 in Book Club with 0 Comments

Table of Contents Chapter 1 – Humble Beginning Chapter 2- Hooked Chapter 3 – Things fall apart Chapter 4 – Small steps  Chapter 5 – Lies Chapter 6 – Guilt Chapter 7 – Sins Chapter 8 – Hangover Chapter 9 – Caught Chapter 10 – Betrayal Chapter 11 – Anger Chapter 12 – Deception Chapter […]

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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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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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Events

Muslim Lifestyle Fest  and Marriage Conference South Africa – July 2017

Muslim Lifestyle Fest and Marriage Conference South Africa – July 2017

Written by on May 28, 2017 in Competition, Events

Book Muslim Lifestyle Fest tickets Now From each ticket Nanima sells using this link – http://bit.ly/MLfest    50% of ticket sales goes towards my Nanima Foundation Charity projects.  WIn tickets daily Competition on social media Visit AskNanima Facebook  or on AskNanima on Instagram and stand a chance to win one of 2  silver tickets daily. EID […]

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Nizamiye Jumuah Bazaar – 16 June 2017

Nizamiye Jumuah Bazaar – 16 June 2017

Written by on May 28, 2017 in Events

due to unforeseen circumstances, my children’s school exams and Ramadan commitments we unable to do the Nizamiye Jumuah bazaar on 16 June. We apologise for any inconvenience. Fetes are happening at NIzamiye and if you require more information contact the masjid to find out what is happening there visit Nizamiye or contact for NIzamiye – […]

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Expert

Child Abuse – When silence is NOT golden by Dr. Mariam Amla

Child Abuse – When silence is NOT golden by Dr. Mariam Amla

Written by on March 13, 2017 in Expert

Child Abuse when silence is NOT golden by Dr. Mariam Amla Child Abuse: An ugly phrase that makes your insides twist into knots. Childhood Sexual Abuse: A phrase that makes your skin crawl and makes you feel sick. Instinctively, you may want to bury your head in the sand and sweep this difficult topic under […]

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Haj Health Guide

Haj Health Guide

Written by on August 15, 2016 in Expert

  Important and practical health information for Hajj. by Dr.M A As-salaam u alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wabarakaatu Alhumdulillah the time for Hajj has arrived, and blessed are those who have been invited to be the guest of Allah swt. The temperatures are high during this time of year, average day temperature being 43 degrees Celsius. […]

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Competition

Yasmin Mogahed South African Tour Competition

Yasmin Mogahed South African Tour Competition

Written by on July 9, 2017 in Competition

Stand a chance to win a ticket to one of Yasmin Mogahed’s Seminar in South Africa. Complete the form below. About Yasmin Mogahed Yasmin Mogahed received her B.S. Degree in Psychology and her Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After completing her graduate work, she taught Islamic Studies and served […]

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Mufti Menk Motivational Moments Competition

Mufti Menk Motivational Moments Competition

Written by on June 12, 2017 in Competition

There have been many calls to come up with a book of quotes from the man who has been touching the lives of millions daily. Motivational Moments brings you a compilation of 500 of the best quotes by Mufti Menk; the most popular quotes liked or shared by YOU, from his Facebook and Twitter accounts. […]

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travel

The Light of Palestine

The Light of Palestine

Written by on August 3, 2015 in Travel with 0 Comments

Light of Palestine – Anonymous sister from South Africa Alhamdulillah. Praise and thanks to Allah. I was blessed with a trip to Palestine this Ramadaan. Allah introduced me to the people of Palestine. I came from Johannesburg, South Africa to Palestine to read salaah in Masjid Ul Aqsa. Israel! You made me wait for 8 […]

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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 […]

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Nanima Foundation Donations

Nanima Foundation Donations

Written by on June 2, 2017 in Nanima Foundation

Nanima Foundation is official an Non Profit Company. We have section 18 status to give all our donors tax certificates. We have Public benefit organisation status as well. Please visit our facebook page – Ask Nanima or visit our website to see what charity projects we currently busy with and how you can help and […]

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Child Abuse – When silence is NOT golden by Dr. Mariam Amla

Child Abuse when silence is NOT golden by Dr. Mariam Amla Child Abuse: An ugly phrase that makes your insides twist into knots. Childhood Sexual Abuse: A phrase that makes your skin crawl and makes you feel sick. Instinctively, you may want to bury your head in the sand and sweep this difficult topic under […]

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Haj Live

Written by on September 23, 2015 in u with 0 Comments

What is Haj? This is an obligation only once in a lifetime for those who can afford the trip and accommodation as well as the costs of maintaining all dependants whilst away. Following the footsteps of Prophet Abraham(Ebrahim) PBUH, who is the father of all the prophets that came after him, Muslims are required to […]

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Dr. Haifaa Younis

Dr. Haifaa Younis

Written by on July 18, 2011 in Lifestyle with 0 Comments

About Dr. Haifaa Younis  Dr Haifaa Younis is a graduate of Mecca institute of Islamic studies (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) and has completed  Quran Memorisation at Dar al Huda academy in Jeddah. She is currently in the process of completing Ijazza in the Quran ( Hafs an Asim )  Dr Haifaa Younis has also Studied  with […]

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Nanima Foundation Mandela day 2017

Nanima Foundation Mandela day 2017

Written by on November 7, 2017 in Nanima Foundation

Each year, 18 July is dedicated to engaging in 67 minutes of humanitarian pursuits as our renowned former leader, Nelson Mandela did for 67 years. Enthusiastic learners celebrate Mandela Day in Mthatha During the lead up to Mandela Day, the Nanima Foundation volunteered at the Innovation Workshop in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, assisting Africa Rising for three […]

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Jukskei River Dirt Catcher Story

Jukskei River Dirt Catcher Story

Written by on July 31, 2017 in u

In November 2016 there was terrible floods in Buccleuch. In April 2017 the place was still not cleaned up.  See article Buccleuch Woes after flood in the Sandton Chronicle There was a  Buccleuch community clean up project headed by Remo Torrente and team. My family joined this effort to clean up the place especially along […]

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Yasmin Mogahed South African Tour Competition

Stand a chance to win a ticket to one of Yasmin Mogahed’s Seminar in South Africa. Complete the form below. About Yasmin Mogahed Yasmin Mogahed received her B.S. Degree in Psychology and her Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After completing her graduate work, she taught Islamic Studies and served […]

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