Nanima Foundation

Lockdown Lessons: Basics of NPO Accounting

Lockdown Lessons: Basics of NPO Accounting

Written by on April 9, 2020 in Nanima Foundation

PRESENTATION Presentations LINK: Lockdown Lesson Basic NPO Account and Covid Implications Other info shared Register on Department of Social Development for NPO Statusaccounting and other packages Free software for NPOs accounting etcrecommended by Farida from TPCRegarding the free software the organisation I was referring to is called Phambano http://www.phambano.org.za/Google for NPOs.https://www.google.com/nonprofits/ Join NPO Network facebook […]

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Find your Passion

Find your Passion

Written by on November 3, 2019 in Nanima Foundation

We are now working with Tembisa west secondary to get their maths marks up and have maths challenge. Top maths champs will get free career guidance. We are working with the Maths HOD Musa Letageng and with Career Practioner Mercyful Mathebula who are assisting us with this project. We aim for 2021 to get 10 […]

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Nani’s Knitting Club

Nani’s Knitting Club

Written by on July 15, 2019 in Nanima Foundation

0 Baby beanies knitted In memory of my Gori Nani -Zubeida Mohamed, around this years Mandela Day I am launching the Nani’s Knitting club. My Gori Nani taught me how to knit. I  remember her knitting and carrying her knitting bag around when I was young. She  use to knit from scratch  full baby suits […]

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Easy Recipes

Cooking Culture: Roast Chicken Rehana Suliman Parak

Cooking Culture: Roast Chicken Rehana Suliman Parak

Written by on August 30, 2020 in Easy Recipes

Ingredients 1 chicken 1 large onion 2 tbsp red ginger garlic masala Salt to taste Juice of 1 lemon 1/4 cup oil Handful of fried onions* 1 tsp elachi 1 tsp black pepper corns 1 tsp cloves Few sticks of cinnamon 1 tsp whole jeeroo Few whole bedaam (almonds) 1 tsp desiccated coconut 1/2 nutmeg […]

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Cooking Culture: Paella Shakira Sheikh

Cooking Culture: Paella Shakira Sheikh

Written by on August 30, 2020 in Easy Recipes

Paella Ingredients 3 bell peppers chopped – use half the quantity red yellow and green 1 onion chopped 1 teaspoon smoked spannish paprika Normal parsley 3 to 4 garlic cloves chopped 1 tomatoe chopped – largeCarrots finely cubed 1 cup frozen peas 1 pack marinara mix 700graams Extra crab sticks Crayfish tales cleaned and marrinated […]

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Cooking Culture: Lahori Chops Umm Zainab

Cooking Culture: Lahori Chops Umm Zainab

Written by on August 30, 2020 in Easy Recipes

LAHORI CHOPS 1 kg chops 2 tsp ginger garlic paste 1 ½ tsp salt ¼ tsp turmeric 1 tsp crushed red chillies 1 ½ tsp chilli powder 2 tbsp tomato sauce 2 tbsp chilli sauce of your choice 2 tbsp lemon juice ½ tsp steak and chops spice ¼ tsp black pepper Method Add all […]

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SoapBox

Nanima Soapbox – Priorities

Nanima Soapbox – Priorities

Written by on June 3, 2019 in Soapbox

 Nanima talks about the bread pledge Super Coach Sumaya about Priorties https://www.facebook.com/Sulook-Your-Essential-Journey-to-wellness-2096190270601989/   PAST EPISODES  

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Nanima Soapbox – Donate with dignity

Nanima Soapbox – Donate with dignity

Written by on May 31, 2019 in Soapbox

Donate with Dignity based on the When charity hurts workshop When Charity Hurts Workshop    

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Nanima Soapbox – YNWA time

Nanima Soapbox – YNWA time

Written by on May 21, 2019 in Soapbox

Just to put on record I am a Man City supporter – the ones i think that wear that light blue kit.. that is my team .. 🙂  Super Coach Sumaya about the value of time. She can be reached on her Sulook page on facebook https://www.facebook.com/Sulook-Your-Essential-Journey-to-wellness-2096190270601989/   YNWA!!!   TO listen to past […]

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Book Club

Stuarts Field Guide to National Parks & Game Reserves: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi – Chris & Mathilde Stuart

Stuarts Field Guide to National Parks & Game Reserves: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi – Chris & Mathilde Stuart

Written by on April 6, 2022 in Book Club, Nature

This is really a bucket list book. Buy a landcruiser and drive through Southern Africa. Why a landcruiser and not landrover, well toyota parts maybe easier to find in the bundus. Travel to Nambia and see the Skeleton coast and long long walks on a desert beach. Deserted and desert beach. Drive to Chobe National […]

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Stirring the pot – Quraisha Dawood

Stirring the pot – Quraisha Dawood

Written by on February 28, 2022 in Book Club

Stirring the pot is a colourful read as colourful as the cover suggests. It tells us stories about a community living in a block of flats in Durban and vividly describes their lives. As a muslim indian we can relate to the characters in the book and we all know that Aunty like Aunty Ruki. […]

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Every night of the week – Lucy Tweed

Every night of the week – Lucy Tweed

Written by on January 22, 2022 in Book Club, Recipe

A recipe book for those who are confused what to cook. It has the essentials that you need which makes having ingredients ready and available. The book is done by the day of the week. There essentials are fridge items, freezer items, panty and dried herbs. It also has a kit list what appliances and […]

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Parenting

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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Nani Mythbusters – Lego Jelly

Nani Mythbusters – Lego Jelly

Written by on February 3, 2013 in Parenting with 0 Comments

  I saw this picture of Lego jello and placed it on my facebook page yesterday. Today I decided to see if really works with lego blocks. I washed the mega blocks and it’s container lid. I then boiled the water and placed the jelly mixture in there and stirred it. I sprayed the blocks […]

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2013 South Africa Public and Independent School Calendar and Year Planner

2013 South Africa Public and Independent School Calendar and Year Planner

Written by on December 7, 2012 in Parenting, u with 0 Comments

Download 2013 Independent School Year Planner      Download 2013 Inland school year planner    Download 2013 Coastal School Year Planner                     

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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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Ice cream cake by Chuckaloo Ismail

Ice cream cake by Chuckaloo Ismail

Written by on March 19, 2014 in Baking with 0 Comments

  1packet woolies choc muffins crumbled 1 n half to 2litres soft vanilla ice cream 1fresh cream unbeaten Simply mix all together in a bowl add a little sugar if u feel its not sweet enough,pour the mixture into a baking tin lined with foil,cling wrap and freeze overnight.take out on day of serving remove […]

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Expert

Ask Nanima? Show

Ask Nanima? Show

Written by on March 16, 2018 in Expert

    Ask nanima show? We will be using this platform to invite experts to answer some questions on the aNANImous questions?. Other exciting projects in the pipeline as well. watch this space Ask Nanima show? Episode 1 – My brother does not love me Ask Nanima? Show – Episode 1 Sadathullah Khan– life coach and Ask Nanima? […]

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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

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

Competition: Productive Muslim South African Tour

Competition: Productive Muslim South African Tour

Written by on August 18, 2019 in Competition

Stand a chance to win ticket to Productive muslim Event in South Africa. Enter competition below I am so excited to finally meet Productive Muslim. We started our journey on during a similar time.  Productive Muslim also assisted and challenged Ask Nanima to start the 1000 good deeds page.  InshaAllah we will reach our goal […]

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Yasir Qadhi Joburg Giveaway

Yasir Qadhi Joburg Giveaway

Written by on September 21, 2018 in Competition

Yasir Qadhi talks about Hijab Yasir Qadhi gives us insight on his visit to Robben Island   Yasir Qadhi Free Event – Nizamiye Masjid – Cnr K101& Le Roux avenue more info www.alburujpress.com     Yasir Qadhi Sunday Programme – Image LifeStyle Fordsburg Mint Road Cost is R400 per programme – Buy 1 get 1 […]

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2018 Yasmin Mogahed Giveaway Johannesburg

2018 Yasmin Mogahed Giveaway Johannesburg

Written by on July 12, 2018 in Competition

Nanima foundation has managed to secure a few giveaway for Yasmin Mogahed. Please complete form below and give us a motivation on why you would like to attend. We will let you know by end of Friday 13th July 2018. PLEASE NOTE GIVEAWAY ONLY FOR JOHANNESBURG           IF THIS FORM IS […]

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Life Style

2022 Ramadan 1443 South Africa Timetables

2022 Ramadan 1443 South Africa Timetables

Written by on March 31, 2022 in Lifestyle

PRINT RAMADAN TIMETABLES FROM THIS SOUTH AFRICA RAMADAN 2022 LINK Nanima’s ramadan goodie bag 1. Join the 1000 good deeds campaign 2. Read lots of Quran – Guidance for all mankind 3. Free E-Book – Ramadan Health Guide 4. Check out my attempt at Ramadan Recipes 5. Ramadan Productivity tools 6. Wake up for Sehri – need energy make a Sehri Power […]

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Women’s day 2020 – Domestic Abuse : Remedies from Quran and Sunnah by Dr. Haifaa Younis

Women’s day 2020 – Domestic Abuse : Remedies from Quran and Sunnah by Dr. Haifaa Younis

Written by on August 9, 2020 in Events, Lifestyle

Domestic Abuse in South Africa During lockdown in South Africa a newspaper article on EWN reported thatMore than 120,000 victims rang the national helpline for abused women and children in the first three weeks after the lockdown started on 27 March – double the usual volume of calls. Woman is killed every three hours in […]

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Libas -Urdu  Ertugrul and Halime Love theme song- Aqib Farid and Aaeen Alee

Libas -Urdu Ertugrul and Halime Love theme song- Aqib Farid and Aaeen Alee

Written by on July 24, 2020 in Lifestyle

Libas -Urdu Ertugrul Halime Love theme song Youtube – Libas – Urdu Ertugrul Halime Love theme song Libas – Aqib Farid Version   Libas Lyrics – Garment Lyrics: Aaeen Alee English Translation: Najma Ansari Yai zindagee hai jo mairee This life that is mine Tairai leeai mujh ko milee Is gifted to me for you […]

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travel

Haj Live

Written by on August 20, 2018 in Travel 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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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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Hajj coverage live 2014

Hajj coverage live 2014

Written by on October 12, 2013 in Travel 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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Pumpkin finds her kindness : Bianca Flanders

This was my favourite book of 2021. I loved it. It had such a beautiful lesson on how to deal with people with kindness even if you don’t like them or find something irritating about them. It gives you a great perspective on how change your mindset especially when you are so angry or frustrated […]

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Women’s day 2020 – Domestic Abuse : Remedies from Quran and Sunnah by Dr. Haifaa Younis

Domestic Abuse in South Africa During lockdown in South Africa a newspaper article on EWN reported thatMore than 120,000 victims rang the national helpline for abused women and children in the first three weeks after the lockdown started on 27 March – double the usual volume of calls. Woman is killed every three hours in […]

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Libas -Urdu  Ertugrul and Halime Love theme song- Aqib Farid and Aaeen Alee

Libas -Urdu Ertugrul Halime Love theme song Youtube – Libas – Urdu Ertugrul Halime Love theme song Libas – Aqib Farid Version   Libas Lyrics – Garment Lyrics: Aaeen Alee English Translation: Najma Ansari Yai zindagee hai jo mairee This life that is mine Tairai leeai mujh ko milee Is gifted to me for you […]

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Nanima Female Fiqh

Nanima Female Fiqh

Written by on April 22, 2020 in Lifestyle

ZOOM MEETING ID: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7494225082 Meeting ID: 749 422 5082 Nanima’s Female fiqh by Mualimah Shamila Jappie Mualimah Shamila Jappie Cii presenter of Masaailu lin Nisaa – understanding the beauty and intracies of all laws pertaining to the muslimah on Tuesday 15h00 till 16h00 Muallimah Shamiela has dedicated over 37 years to the […]

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Find your Passion

Find your Passion

Written by on November 3, 2019 in Nanima Foundation

We are now working with Tembisa west secondary to get their maths marks up and have maths challenge. Top maths champs will get free career guidance. We are working with the Maths HOD Musa Letageng and with Career Practioner Mercyful Mathebula who are assisting us with this project. We aim for 2021 to get 10 […]

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Nani’s Knitting Club

Nani’s Knitting Club

Written by on July 15, 2019 in Nanima Foundation

0 Baby beanies knitted In memory of my Gori Nani -Zubeida Mohamed, around this years Mandela Day I am launching the Nani’s Knitting club. My Gori Nani taught me how to knit. I  remember her knitting and carrying her knitting bag around when I was young. She  use to knit from scratch  full baby suits […]

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Nanima Bread Pledge

Nanima Bread Pledge

Written by on June 2, 2018 in Nanima Foundation

DONATE NOW Account name: Nanima FoundationAccount Number: 62672869660Bank: FNBBranch code: 250655Reference: BP+ Name and SurnameAMOUNT: (Amount + any bank charges if ATM of cash bank deposits)ALWAYS VERIFY OUR BANK ACCOUNT BEFORE DEPOSITING ON OUR WEBSITE : http://bit.ly/NaniBank For Section 18 Tax certificates complete form below APRIL 2020 NANIMA LOCKDOWN LOAVES Nanima Foundation assisted by  Ashraful Aid […]

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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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Stuarts Field Guide to National Parks & Game Reserves: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi – Chris & Mathilde Stuart

This is really a bucket list book. Buy a landcruiser and drive through Southern Africa. Why a landcruiser and not landrover, well toyota parts maybe easier to find in the bundus. Travel to Nambia and see the Skeleton coast and long long walks on a desert beach. Deserted and desert beach. Drive to Chobe National […]

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2022 Ramadan 1443 South Africa Timetables

PRINT RAMADAN TIMETABLES FROM THIS SOUTH AFRICA RAMADAN 2022 LINK Nanima’s ramadan goodie bag 1. Join the 1000 good deeds campaign 2. Read lots of Quran – Guidance for all mankind 3. Free E-Book – Ramadan Health Guide 4. Check out my attempt at Ramadan Recipes 5. Ramadan Productivity tools 6. Wake up for Sehri – need energy make a Sehri Power […]

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Stirring the pot – Quraisha Dawood

Stirring the pot – Quraisha Dawood

Written by on February 28, 2022 in Book Club

Stirring the pot is a colourful read as colourful as the cover suggests. It tells us stories about a community living in a block of flats in Durban and vividly describes their lives. As a muslim indian we can relate to the characters in the book and we all know that Aunty like Aunty Ruki. […]

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