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High Chai Chat and Chow with London- born desi girl, Shazia...

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By Razeena Docrat Photography by Raeesa Chothia Make up by Ayesha Mather Culinary décor by : The dish store . Food blogger, caterer, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach...

Getting to know the talented Siddiqa Soofie

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Interview with Neymat Raboobee   Siddiqa Soofie, a name that is quickly becoming a household favorite. She began posting comedy videos to the microblogging platform Instagram...

The Hat Got Your Back- A Hot Summer trend for Hijabis

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By Razeena Docrat   Sandy toes and salty kisses. We’ve reached the best time of the year- the finale of 2018, the culminating chapter. Business doors...

Children living with Type 1 Diabetes: A mother’s perspective on this...

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By Sumaya Seedat Moolla Zunaira, my daughter, was diagnosed on 13th December 2017, a month after she turned two years old, with Type 1 Diabetes....

As luck would have it: living and travelling as a Muslim...

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By Safiyyah Sujee Do you ever spend your time daydreaming, even if just for a moment, about things that will never happen? You’re certain they...

Exploring the World of Authoress Neymat Raboobee

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By Nadia Cassim   I was first introduced to Neymat Raboobee, also known by her pen name, The Imperfect Muslimah, last year during the SA Muslim...

KNOW WHAT’S IN IT!- A look at contaminants in everyday products

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By Doctor Sumayya Ebrahim How many of us open a jar of our favourite moisturizer or spray on some deodorant every day without a second...

Marriage in Islam- An opinion piece

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By Adeela Kasoojee   Modern Times, Why do we get married? Marriage in Islam is considered a union on multiple levels, spiritual, physical, emotional and intellectual with...

One on One with Mariam Vally!

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By Yasmin Darsot Cassim   This article was first published in 2012, when IRTIQA launched its first edition (printed). We acknowledge that since then some of...

Zikr- IRTIQA reviews Saaleha Bamjee’s latest poetry collection

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Review by Ayesha Desai   The Arabic word Zikr literally means 'remembrance'  and when used in a religious context it means 'to remember God' It is...