A South African shoe retailer has apologized to the country’s Muslim community after using the name of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on their latest items.
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As the Knysna fires disaster spread, teams of Muslim firefighters flocked to the region, battling blaze after blaze, while maintaining the fast of the holy month of Ramadan.
Bringing followers of the two faiths closer, Cape Town synagogue hosted a special iftar on Saturday, allowing Muslims and Jews to observe iftar and Sabbath together.
A Muslim student from Nigeria’s Osun state has emerged as the overall best medical student of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine, offering a role model for many young students to follow.
Responding to mosque calls from minarets, scores of Egyptian Muslim men and women rushed to mosques in Tanta to donate blood for people injured in Sunday’s deadly blast, which struck the Coptic Christian Church on Sunday, April 9.
A nightclub in Tunisia’s northeastern town of Nabeul has sparked both outrage on social media and a criminal investigation after playing a remix which included the voice of Muslims’ call to prayer, or adhan.
South African anti-apartheid Muslim activist and icon Ahmed Kathrada was laid to rest on Wednesday, March 29, at the age of 87, after passing away peacefully in a Johannesburg hospital.
As Somalia suffers from another famine, the internet is coming together to help the people in the Somali peninsula, thanks to a campaign started by snapchat celebrity Jerome Jarre.
The Muslim community in Malawi has celebrated last Saturday the first ever translated version of the Holy Qur’an into Yao, a language spoken among a majority of Muslims in the secular, but diverse southern Africa nation and in neighboring countries.
Nigeria's most senior Muslim scholar rejected a new gender equality bill, which gives both men and men an equal share of inheritance, saying it offers a violation of Islamic law.
As the world celebrates the birthday of Prophet Mohammed, Nigerian religious leaders called on Muslims to emulate the manners and lifestyle of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), adding that God’s purpose of sending Muhammed was to guide human beings on the right path.