Searching for Islamic ethical agency in post-apartheid Cape Town : an anthology

Fataar, Aslam (2019)

CITATION: Fataar, A. 2019. Searching for Islamic ethical agency in post-apartheid Cape Town : an anthology. Stellenbosch: SUN MeDIA, doi:10.18820/9781928314622.

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"The compositions brought together in this book began a quarter of a century ago in 1994, with the onset of South Africa’s non-racial democracy, and in one way it may be viewed as the critical observations of an organic intellectual’ engaging the exigencies of life during the first 25 years of South Africa’s democracy. The book’s compositions are presented in chronological order, so the reader is able to follow the ebb and flow of life in post-apartheid South Africa. It is also fitting that the book commences with an excellent sermon about the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) that was delivered at the Claremont Main Road Masjid (CMRM) in 1994, since the core of the compositions are sermons which were delivered here. These were all outstanding sermons, as those who witnessed their public performance can attest to. Their inclusion in this book thus provides a wonderful opportunity for a wider audience to benefit from Prof. Fataar’s profound insights."

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