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Celebrating My Sweet Life with Faaiza Omar

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Interview conducted by Haseena Noor Mahomed Faaiza Omar, a multitalented skincare therapist with a passion for pastry, runs an online pastry supply store and offers...

Is The Apple of your Eye a Narcissist?

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This article has been submitted to us anonymously by a victim of abuse by a narcissist. It carries much value, hence, we have decided...
colour discrimination

Race, Prejudice and Raising Children in our Community

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By Saajida Kharwa  In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist (Angela Davis).  Recently, my 3-year-old son asked me...

Limitless Goals & Lasting Legacies- IRTIQA chats to Entrepreneur Zareef Minty

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By Zaakirah Cachalia Zareef Minty of Klerksdorp in the North West province is a social entrepreneur passionate about advancing and transforming the continent’s economic and...

Sacred Spaces and a Woman’s place in Islam- An opinion piece

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By Ayesha Desai Ramadaan 1414 will forever be remembered as the year we had to stay apart in order to be protected. It was a...

EIDspired 2020

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  The ongoing battle against the worldwide pandemic, Covid-19, has left many feeling deflated and downcast about their present and future. Ramadan has been experienced...

Toys and Their Touch

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By Zaakirah Cachalia   ‘Play is the highest form of human development for it alone is the free expression of what is in the child’s soul’...

Supermoon

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By Yasmin Denat I stood outside looking at the supermoon. It shone with divine luminescence and hung like a gigantic pearl in the velvet night...

A Review of Raashida Khan’s latest short story Collection: Your Voice,...

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Review by Azima Patel I had the pleasure of reading a collection of short stories penned by local authoress, Raashida Khan. Raashida is the winner...

A journey to self discovery- reflections of a single mom

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By Nolwazi Magidigidi   While I am truly happy single now, there was a time when I was not. There was a time when I was...