Nanima.co.za 051 – Madiba Bandwagon

Written by on July 18, 2008 in Newsletter

NANIMA’S PANCHAAT

MADIBA BANDWAGON:Tata
Madala Madiba Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born 90 years ago. Happy
Birthday! I was lucky to have met him before the 1994 elections. He was
very kind hearted and considerate. I was so excited to see my
dedication to him on Al Jazeera before the 46664 concert in London this
year. I was even more excited to see that Zelda was still by his side.

NANIMA’S WISE WORDS

“A society that does not value its older people denies its roots and endangers its future.” Madala Nelson Mandela

NANIMA’S TV

Nelson Mandela speaks about Ubuntu –

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODQ4WiDsEBQ

The first Nelson Mandela interview

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPofm50MHW8

NANIMA’S REMEDY

Osteoporosis Remedy
The past few months I have noticed a few elderly people in my family
and friends have either gone for a hip replacement, knee replacement or
fractured something or another after falling. Madiba was not looking to
great either compared to other Southern African leaders his age.
Osteoporosis is a disease of bone in which the bone mineral density
(BMD) is reduced which means one has a low bone mass and deteriorating
bone tissue.
Fish oil containing EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and GLA (gamma
linolenic acid) is not only an effective safeguard against
osteoporosis, it also improves the skin and brain function and avoids
cardiovascular problems. dancing, walking, or bouncing on trampolines.
Exercise for at least thirty minutes comprising of weight-bearing
exercise such as walking, jogging, dancing, bouncing on trampolines,
three times a week. Weight lifting, strength training, resistance
training –these are all names for exercises in which you strengthen
your bones and muscles by lifting weights or otherwise working against
resistance (such as using an exercise band).If you are underweight
(say, more than 10 percent lighter than the average weight for your age
and height), you are at higher risk for a deficiency of calcium and
other important vitamins and minerals, which can affect your bones’
health. On the other hand, being overweight is no guarantee of bone
health either, because even though the extra weight puts a greater load
on the bones, it also tends to discourage regular bone-building
physical activity.
Soak up the sun. Vitamin D is sometimes called the sunshine vitamin for
15 minutes.Shake Your Taste for Salt. Sesame seeds: A handful of sesame
seeds had every morning may also help osteoporosis.
Stop Smoking.Limit Booze. Eat a banana a day to build your bones.
Studies have found that women who have diets high in potassium also
have stronger bones in their spines and hips. Researchers think this is
related to potassium’s ability to keep blood healthy and balanced so
the body doesn’t have to suck calcium from the skeleton to keep blood
up to par. Yoghurt is a good source of calcium for the lactose
intolerant.

NANIMA’S DIARY

Friday, July 18
South Africa: Sheikh Salaah Bin Muhammad Al-Budair

Pretoria: Discover Yourself -Starting after Jummah

Johannesburg: World of Cats and dogs exhibition
Saturday, July 19
Durban: Children’s home Friendship Day
Umhlanga: Multiple Birth Expectant Parent Seminar
Midrand: Sanha Africa Big 7 3rd Halaal Conference
Polokwane: Islamic Conference -Moulana Taahir Salloo and QZP
Cape Town: Leiden Islamic Film Show
Monday, July 21
Midrand: Sanha Africa Big 7 3rd Halaal Conference
Tuesday, July 22
Western Cape: Lifeline Training courses
Lenasia: Moulana Suliman Moola Lectures
Thursday, July 24
Lenasia: Greyville Anti Crime March
Friday, July 25
Cape Town: Baba Indaba

Click here for events details

MADALA’S SECTION

Hashim Amla saves the day Hashim is maturing with time. He made a century at lord’s in London. The match was declared a draw. Well done Hashim.

Scoreboard

Cricket Eng v SA Match Drawn
Rugby Currie Cup Blue Bulls 31 -23 Cheetahs
Rugby Currie Cup Div 1 Leopards 41 -33 Eagles
Rugby Currie Cup Lions 57 -17 Kavaliers
Rugby Currie Cup Griquas 21 -20 WP
Rugby Tri-Nations New Zealand 28 -30 South Africa
Rugby Currie Cup Sharks 28-Oct Valke
Rugby Currie Cup Div 1 Pumas 23 -27 Bulldogs
Cricket WI v Aus Australia won by 169 runs

Logs

Absa soccer premiership Log

Pos Team Pts
1 SuperSport United 54
2 Ajax Cape Town 52
3 Santos 49
4 Mamelodi Sundowns 47
5 Free State Stars 45
6 Kaizer Chiefs 43
7 Moroka Swallows 43
8 Orlando Pirates 42
9 Golden Arrows 41
10 Platinum Stars 40
11 Bloem Celtic 39
12 Bidvest Wits 38
13 AmaZulu 34
14 Thanda Royal Zulu FC 31
15 Black Leopards 29
16 Jomo Cosmos 22

Absa currie cup

1 The Sharks 14
2 Vodacom Blue Bulls 13
3 Xerox Lions 11
4 Vodacom WP 10
5 Vodacom FS Cheetahs 9
6 Wildeklawer Griquas 7
7 Boland Kavaliers 7
8 Valke 6

MADALA’S GREEN FINGERS

Goat farming basics
1. Goats require companionship. Preferably, this would be one or more
goats. But if you are limited in either access to purchase another goat
or in space, you might choose to keep a sheep, goose or a duck with
your goat.
2. Dietary needs of your goat can be easily met through a balanced
combination of forages (hay and browse), feed based on grain and grain
by-products (corn, wheat, sorghum and even sunflower and cotton seed),
and the integrated use of nutritional supplements (minerals, salt) in
the feeding program.
3. Clean water is a must. Clean water offered in a clean container is highly recommended.
4. Goats require a sheltered space, free from drafts and damp, yet with
adequate ventilation to keep the air fresh inside.
5. Goats living under managed situations need their hoofs trimmed
regularly every 3 months -some may require more frequent trimming. In
the wild, goats wear their hooves down by scrambling up and down rugged
and rocky terrain not usually available in farming situations.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

WEDDING

Fuzail Sayed to Shameem Gray of Lenasia

Mahmood Hassim of Rooderport to Hawa Bibi Saleh of Rustenburg

Dawood Mohamed of Lenz to Anisa

Zubair Ali Jogee of Roshnee to Nasreen of Nelspruit

Mohammed Essack of Verulam to Sharifa Olla of Stanger

hfz Mohammed Zakariyya Jeebhai of Lenz to Sumaya Desai of Canada
Ml. Yusuf Ragie of Rustenburg to Mufti Motara of Azaadville

Send us your Wedding Announcements


Radio Islam Nikah Page

BIRTH

Nanima would like to congratulate Imraan and Yumna Amod on the birth of
their bouncing baby boy arriving on 17 July 2008 weighing 2.3kg.(missed
madiba’s birthday)

Send us your Birth Announcements

RECIPE

Madiba’s favourite mealie meal chocolate pudding

INGREDIENTS:
5 extra large eggs
5 egg yolks
125 ml castor sugar
250 g dark milk chocolate, broken into pieces
250 g unsalted butter
65 ml maize meal
65 ml cake flour
METHOD 1,2, 3
Preheat oven to 200?. Grease muffin
pans or metal moulds. Beat eggs, egg yolks and castor sugar until thick
and fluffy.
Melt the chocolate and butter together in a double boiler or microwave oven. Add slowly to the egg mixture.
Sift maize meal and cake flour over mixture and fold in. Fill each mould or muffin pan three quaters full.
Place moulds in a roasting tin with boiling water. Bake for 15 to 20
minutes until firm to the touch. Turn out on to a side plate and cut
one side open. The inside should still be runny. Serve immediately with
ice cream. Sieve icing sugar and cocoa powder on top.

NANIMA’S NOTICEBOARD

General

Margate Looking for the nearest mosque near margate?

Meals

LaudiumI am looking for a
cook who can prepare breakfast,lunch and supper for a wedding family can you
help me? please contact me on e-mail Pattik@samic.cp.za

Child Care

Lessons

Bez ValleyLooking for a Madressah on Saturdays preferably in these areas Bez Valley, Kensington, Mayfair and surrounding areas.
Please contact on 082 888 3544

JohannesburgI
just wanted more info on confinement as I will be going on leave soon
and its my first baby, my mum is around to help me but I would like to
know more on what to do and what is good for confinement please.

Johannesburg I would like to learn how to make Achaar. I am currently living in Actonville. Moving to Mayfair area.
Fordsburg
I’m looking for an Islamic School/madressa for my kids (a girl and a
boy). They’re still quite small now (7 months and 2 years) -but I am
looking around for a good Islamic School/madressa. Any suggestions for
the schools in this area? My kids will only attend them once they are
4/5 years old.

Nani’s Taxi

Bez Valley Transport available from Bez Valley to Illovo and Linbro Business Park -Mon to Friday.
Please contact 0764279774
PolokwaneTransport
required as ffw:Pick up from Nirvana Pre-School at 12h00 to be dropped
off at Ivy Park. Pick up from Northern Muslim School at 13h00 to be
dropped off at Ivy Park; Picked from Ivy Park at 3pm on Monday, Tuesd,
Wed and Friday and taken to Madressah in Nirvana and brought back home
at 4pm. 082 886 0238

PolokwaneTransport required to town everyday at 8 and coming back at 5.Also Lunch time 1-2, if available.

Boarding and Lodging

Middleburg Looking for boarding preferable in Middleburg or Witbank. Include meals as well. 0827352947
Mayfair and surrounds
A couple, consultant and Alima looking for a place to rent in Mayfair/
Fordsburg/ Ormonde/Ridgeway/Greenside/Aukland Park/ Robertsham or
nearby areas. Must be close to a Masjid and preferably Madressa for
wife to teach. Looking at R2,000 -R2,700 (can be negotiated) please
contacte me on 083 443 7867
Mayfair/Randburg Seeking boarding, meals, washing and parking in mayfair or randburg 0722509786

Madala’s

MATCHMAKING

MUSLIM FEMALE

MF43
30 HR Admin single average height, medium built and complexion, wears
glasses and islamically dressed. Enjoys reading and islamic nazms.
Favourite book Jane Eyre. Would like to go for Hajj. Seeking someone
deeni inclined.
Muslim Female

Muslim Male

Hindu

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