The South African Muslim Network congratulates you on the formation of your new political party. The recent events have shown the necessity for alternative voices and ethical and moral leadership in our country. History throughout the world has now clearly shown that many liberation movements struggle in the post democratic phase to rule in a
The South African Muslim Network is deeply saddened by the passing of struggle veteran and stalwart Mr. Laloo Isu Chiba. We will always remember Mr. Chiba as a selfless and dedicated freedom fighter who dedicated his life to the liberation and service of the people of South Africa. His contribution to the struggle for democracy,
The underlying organisations and individuals express their support for the downgrading of the South African Embassy in Israel. We believe that all the arguments put forth by Israel and its’ supporters against the downgrading are immaterial and any “negative” impact that they propose the downgrading will have is highly exaggerated and is a vacuous threat.
We refer to the Resolution on Myanmar at the Third Committee of the 72nd United Nations General Assembly held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 16th November 2017 in which South Africa abstained from voting.
The South African Muslim Network (SAMNET) extends our warmest congratulations on your appointment and our best wishes for your success as you prepare to take up the responsibilities and challenges of your new position as Station Manager at Salaamedia. We look forward to working with you as you embark on your new responsibilities and wish
The South African Muslim Network (SAMNET) management and staff offer our deepest sympathies and condolences to the Daniels family on the passing away of your beloved father, Mr. Edward (Eddie) Daniels. May his soul rest in peace and may you and your family have forbearance and patience in your time of loss.
We refer to the recent issue of Indians and the comments made in the Mazibuye African Forum and we disagree with your position. It was disingenuous to state that mayor Afzal was innocently mistaken for one of the Gupta brothers and the diatribe that followed and "warning" are totally inappropriate.
As a community organisation, we have received various queries from the South African Muslim Community, nationally, regarding the media reports (see attached) of South Africa's involvement in aiding and abetting the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in its torture programs.