During 1975, Dr. Inamullah Khan visited South Africa as representative of the Rabitul Alam.Al Islamic, Makkah. Dr. Inamullah felt that the Muslims of South Africa urgently needed a common platform and a single voice to enable the community to become a living and prosperous part of that great body, the World Muslim Community. His urgent pleas created the impetus that soon after led to the establishment of the Islamic Council of South Africa (ICSA) on 29 November 1975. Representatives from 109 organisations, covering nearly all major institutions of the country, assembled in Durban and unanimously approved a provisional Constitution and elected the first interim Board of Directors.
Vision and mission statement
The objects clause of the Constitution reads as follows:
With due regard to the principles enshrined in the preamble and recognizing the authority, integrity and independence of all Muslim organizations and institutions the Council is:
- To be the spokesman of the Muslims of South Africa nationally and internationally.
- To protect and/or espouse the rights of all Muslims.
- To determine and consolidate Muslim policy and planning and co-ordinate programmes and activities.
- To solve and remedy problems of Muslims by consultations, negotiaton and/or arbitration.
- To affiliate to or co-operate with International Muslim Bodies in the promotion of Islam.
- To hold and to participate in International Seminars, Conferences and discussions on Islamic matters and to make contributions thereto on behalf of the Muslims of South Africa.
- To uphold the dignity of man and to work for the implementation of social justice.
- To foster love and unity amongst Muslims and all peoples of South Africa.
TO BE CERTIFIED HALAAL, THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE MUST BE FOLLOWED:
1. Request for Halaal certification must be requested in writing on an official letterhead to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Upon receipt of request, an application is forwarded to client. Applications may also be downloaded from this website and submitted online.
3. The completed application together with docs as requested are forwarded to the Chief Supervisor to check to see if it correct.
a. Must include details and ID documents of muslim personnel that will be permanently on site.
b. Must allow random inspections to take place without prior notice.
4. The chief Supervisor will give the completed application to an inspector.
5. The inspector will call the client and arrange for an inspection of the site and products.
6. The inspector goes to the site, conducts the inspection and writes up a report. Report must include a product list and or menu, stock list and supplier list.
7. The report is forwarded to the Chief Supervisor who works out a quote.
8. The quote is forwarded to the client.
9. The client accepts the quote.
10. All of the documents ie. Application Form, ID document, price structure etc. are presented to the CEO for approval.
11. The CEO approves the application form and forwards it to the Administrator to prepare the certificate and forward it to accounts.
12. The accounts department raises the invoice.
13. If it is a C.O.D and the monies have been received by ICSA, then the certificate is delivered to the client. In some instances, the client will collect the certificate.
14. If arrangements have been made to pay for the certificate on a monthly basis via EFT, then the certificate and invoice are delivered to the client.
15. Regular inspections are done unannounced.
0860 100 873
ICSA CENTRE 14 BELLMORE AVENUE, MOUNT VIEW, ATHLONE – WESTERN CAPE
email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
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