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But is it halaal? A Muslim’s dilemma
But is it halaal? A Muslim’s dilemma
In the back alleys of Fordsburg Square, a woman spoons spiced water, or pani, into hollowed puris, a deep-fried, unleavened bread that is stuffed...
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
A concoction of meat, chips, cheese and sauce in a styrofoam container has become an unlikely social media phenomenon, sending revenue at some...
Fashion houses tap into the Muslim consumer market
Fashion houses tap into the Muslim consumer market
Come June, Muslims around the world will observe Ramadan, the holiest month on the Islamic lunar calendar. On sales calendars, though, it is...
Halaal tourism: Why isn’t South Africa reaping the benefits?
Halaal tourism: Why isn’t South Africa reaping the benefits?
Here is a peculiar picture: there are 1.8-billion Muslims in the world who, in 2011, spent $126-billion on tourism.
A little halaal could have a multiplier effect
A little halaal could have a multiplier effect
It's estimated that there are somewhere between 800 000 and 1.5-million observant Muslims in South Africa.

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