Saaberie Chishty Society - burial

By: Saaberie Chishty  11-11-2011
Keywords: Burials

When you give Shrouding (Kaffan) for the Dead let it be a good Shrouding

- Al-Hadeeth

This is a 24hr burial service that was established in 1982. In addition to catering for the needs of the Muslim community of Lenasia and surrounding areas the Society also deals with National and International Mayyits. The Society has undertaken to do all Muslim funerals in and around Lenasia, Eldorado Park, Ennerdale, Klipspruit, Soweto, Poortjie, All informal settlements around Lenasia and wherever called upon. The society arranges for remains to be flown throughout Southern Africa as well as Pakistan, India, Palestine, Iran, Turkey, and Dubai. The society provides comprehensive service at times of grief - it supplies bereaved families with tables, chairs, degs, crockery, etc. At no cost.
The Burial society handles in excess 40 burials monthly. Approximately 60% of burials are from destitute background and your generosity assists the society to assist them freely. .

* We now have a fully functional Grave Number database which you can use to search through .

Keywords: Burials

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