In this Issue
April 2018 – Shab’aan 1439
Federation Samachar Interviews AFED Chairman
Africa Federation Delegates visit Jamaats
Africa Federation’s New Housing Project
Africa Federation Qur’an Competition
BMM T Holds Free Eye Camps in Tanzania
World Federation’s Khoja Heritage Tour
Africa and Muslim World News
Federation Samachar Editorial Board – Announcement
The Federation Samachar is currently in the process of being re-registered with the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports so as to abide by section 6 of the Tanzania Newspapers Act No. 3 of 1976 (Regulation 9).
The Editorial Board of the Federation Samachar is pursuing the re-registration procedures with the Newspaper Registrar at the Ministry of information, Culture, Arts and Sports. Once this procedure is completed the publication of the magazine will be resumed.
In the meantime the Editorial Board invites readers, columnists, Jamaats and Territorial Councils of Madagascar and Reunion to continue sending their activity reports for consideration and inclusion in the next issue which will be published immediately after the re-registration process is completed.
The Editorial Board normally publishes three issues of the magazine in each year. Due to the present formalities the Editorial Board will publish two issues in the first year of this term (April 2016 – April 2017).
With the constant efforts by the Editorial Board in pursuing this matter, we are hopeful it will not take too long for the re-registration of the Samachar magazine.
Federation Samachar January 2016 Issue
This issue of the Federation Samachar, the magazine of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa, will be released in Dar es Salaam on 13th February 2016 on the eve of the Birth Anniversary of Bibi Zainab (a.s.).
Copies will be available to Jamaats in Africa from the coming week and Jamaats outside Africa will receive copies in the next few weeks.
This 92 page issue carries news and views from Africa and globally and includes opinions from columnists around the world. Read about the Arbaeen Walk from Najaf to Karbala and about the Exodus of Asians from Uganda.
The Black and White Column debates if or not the community requires Gujarati as a primary spoken language.
There is also an interview with Sayed Ammar Nakshawani and news about two community members attending the State of the Union Address in the United States.
This copy has archival value that one can only preserve by way of actually having a copy in hand.
Do not miss this issue.
April 2015 – Rajab 1436
In this Issue:
AFED Delegation visits Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi
Interview with Shaykh Kumail Rajani
New AFED Office Complex in Dar-es-Salaam
Community Leaders visit Agha Sistani
Columns from Writers around the World