Waterval Islamic Institute (Mia's Farm)
Waterval Islamic Institute was opened in July 1940 at Halfway House (between Johannesburg and Pretoria) by Haji Moosa Ismail Mia and Maulana Mohamed Mia. It was one of the first Islamic boarding institutes and has had a major impact on Muslims in South Africa via the numerous Islamic publications and its graduates.
Among the aims and objectives of the Institute were to impart Islamic knowledge and Islamic guidance to all Muslims, printing Islamic books and distributing them worldwide. The Institute catered both for the religious and secular needs of Muslim students and provided free boarding and lodging to students and staff, conducted hifzclasses, and courses in the training the 'ulama'.
|Waterval Islamic Institute (Mia's Farm)|
Tel: +27 11 802 2108
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