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CTIEC Tribute to Hazrat Goolam Mohiuiyiyudeen Kazi

News Room : May 24, 2015 4:51 pm

Allama Moulana Sayed Imraan Ziyaee & the CTIEC – Cape Town Islamic Educational Centre is deeply saddened today to hear about the passing away of Shaykh Hazrat Moin Kazi (RA) who is spiritual guide for many Muslims around South Africa. Hazrat Moin Kazi (RA) was a great Sufi Shaykh and had many followers who loved more »
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Big petrol price drop just before Eid-dul-Adha

News Room : September 26, 2014 7:52 am

All grades of petrol are set to drop by 67 cents a litre. Diesel will decrease by 25.38 cents a litre and LPG gas will cost R1.08 less. It’s the third petrol price cut of the year and welcome relief for embattled motorists. Financial Analyst said there had been a steady decline in the ability more »
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Google shows off Android Auto, wearables

News Room : June 29, 2014 7:51 am

SAN FRANCISCO: Some 1 billion people are now using Android devices, Google said as the company kicked off its two-day developer conference Wednesday in San Francisco. But the online search leader’s effort to broaden its focus beyond smartphones and tablets was on full display as the company unveiled far-reaching plans to push further into the more »
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New motoring Series , Be Driven, Launched on Deen TV

News Room : June 4, 2014 8:25 am

Finally the motoring series that everyone has been launched. Motor car enthusiast be it classic cars, drag racing or if you simply have an interest in the latest news on motoring then this news will catch your attention. Deen TV, Channel 355 on StarSat and Channel 152 on OpenView HD in South Africa has launched more »
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France experiments with paying people to cycle to work

News Room : June 3, 2014 5:04 am

PARIS: France has started a six-month experiment with paying people to cycle to work, joining other European governments in trying to boost bicycle use to boost people’s health, reduce air pollution and cut fossil fuel consumption. Several countries including the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Belgium and Britain have bike-to-work schemes, with different kinds of incentives such more »
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Top Gears Jeremy Clarkson apologises for racist remarks

News Room : May 6, 2014 5:07 am

As the BBC put him on probation for using the n-word and mulled over removing Jeremy Clarkson, the well-known Top Gear broadcaster had to go on TV and offer a painful, agonizing apology for his indiscretion. Technically, he was taped off cam and his reciting of the old poem ‘eeny meeny mina mo….’ Was not more »
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Lifestyle Expo happening in Cape Town.

News Room : May 1, 2014 12:50 pm

From today until the 4th of May the Cape Flats Live Magazine is hosting a Lifestyle Expo which sees a myriad of exhibitors which have moved into the venue this morning. The magazine managed by Mutaaz Aspelling decided to do the first Expo which was inspired by the idea to allow businesses an opportunity to more »
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Iran bears no hostility to the world: Rowhani

News Room : April 19, 2014 8:05 am

TEHRAN: Iran has no intention of committing acts of aggression but retains the right to defend itself militarily, President Hassan Rowhani said Friday. Speaking at a parade to mark Army Day, Rowhani delivered a peaceful message that referenced negotiations with leading powers aimed at securing a permanent deal to resolve a decade-long impasse over Tehran’s more »
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Lawmaker who defended Anwar Ibrahim killed in car accident

News Room : April 18, 2014 8:49 am

KUALA LUMPUR: A leading Malaysian politician who gained fame defending opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in his sensational sodomy trials was killed in a road accident on Thursday, police said. Karpal Singh, 73, died along with a longtime assistant when his vehicle collided with a lorry on a highway in the northern state of Perak in more »
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Toyota recalls 6.39m vehicles worldwide

News Room : April 11, 2014 4:20 am

TOKYO: Toyota has recalled 6.39 million vehicles globally over a string of problems, dealing another blow to the world’s largest automaker whose reputation for quality and safety has been dented in recent years. Despite record sales and bumper profits, Toyota has been fighting to protect its brand after earlier recalls involving millions of vehicles. Last more »
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