• Durban Business and Professional Women At The IPCI

    A lecture by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right? He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration. The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missi...

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • Durban Business And Professional Women At The IPCI (1/10)

    Part (2/10): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uRn1e1H4G0 Durban Business And Professional Women At The I.P.C.I. - by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In this video members of the Durban Business And Professional Women's Club visit Sheikh Ahmed Deedat at the I.P.C.I. (Islamic Propagation Centre International) to discuss matters regarding Islam and Christianity. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat: In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to...

    published: 21 Oct 2007
  • European Union presence at Durban Business Fair

    The fifteenth Durban Business Fair starts Friday and runs until Sunday, with the hope to top 2015's eight hundred and fifty, small and medium businesses participation. The fair is a vehicle to promote and position Durban as the ultimate South African and international business hub. About five European Union countries will be represented at 2016's event and we're joined from our Durban studio by the EU Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Marcus Cornaro and the Finnishe Ambassador to South Africa, Kari Alanko. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • Durban business robbery in just 3 minutes

    A business in Durban is robbed in just 3 minutes. The criminals wore gloves and baseball caps. We assume that they were aware of the cameras.

    published: 05 Feb 2015
  • Durban Business Fair Connecting Durban Globally - (Good Living Ep. 01)

    The Durban Business Fair has become one of the premier and comprehensive strategic programmes to ensure SMME’s remain an active part of the City’s economy. Since its inception 16 years ago, the DBF offers businesses from various sectors and various government departments, NGO’s and educational institutions a strategic platform to showcase and promote their innovative products and services, acquire and share information, connect with other businesses and ascertain business opportunities.

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Durban Business Fair ensures SMMEs remain active in City's economy

    The Durban Business Fair is hosted by eThekwini Municipality. The fair is one of various innovative programmes hosted by the City's Business Support, Tourism and Markets Unit to ensure that SMMEs remain an active part of the City's economy. CNBC Africa crosses to this event for a live panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities SMMEs face in this region during uncertain times.

    published: 15 Oct 2015
  • DVD 28 Durban Business and Professional Women

    follow us @ http://www.facebook.com/Deedat.Arabic Durban Business And Professional Women At The I.P.C.I. - by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In this video members of the Durban Business And Professional Women's Club visit Sheikh Ahmed Deedat at the I.P.C.I. (Islamic Propagation Centre International) to discuss matters regarding Islam and Christianity. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat: In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to ...

    published: 11 Apr 2012
  • Durban business woman builds houses for her employees.

    Durban business woman Shauwn Mpisane has built seven houses for her employees.

    published: 21 Mar 2014
  • GALA DINNER DURBAN BUSINESS FAIR - (Good Living Ep. 02)

    The City of Durban hosted the Gala Dinner event at the Durban ICC. This was a business networking dinner between participating SMMEs, Corporates, Government Departments and sponsors. The glitz and glamour of the event was captured as government ministers, international guests and local celebrities walked the red carpet. An event hosted in true Durban hospitality as the Durban Business Fair continues to Inspire, Innovate, Involve and Grow.

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Durban Business and Professional Women (at IPCI) with Ahmed Deedat

    Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, the Great Muslim Scholar in Comparative religion in the 21th Century have discussing with Durban Business and Professional Women at IPCI

    published: 10 Apr 2013
Durban Business and Professional Women At The IPCI

Durban Business and Professional Women At The IPCI

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2013
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A lecture by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right? He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration. The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missionaries. Finally, he was given recognition by the international Muslim community that he deserved and focused more sharply the attention of the Muslim world on the most important aspect of his work, the challenge to propagate Islam. This was his life long ambition to focus the Muslim world's attention and resources on the propagation of Islam, and at last he succeeded. What a moment of jubilation, achievement and personal gratification for Sheikh Deedat the award was, a turning point in his life. Sheikh Deedat did not have much formal schooling, but he was self-taught through experience and a penchant for reading, debating, discussion, and a profound sense of commitment to a mission and goal. He was driven and goal oriented. He was focused and never let up until the job was done. He was sharp, perceptive, forthright, fiery, and daring in his challenge of those whom he debated, particularly against those who equal his missionary zeal and sense of audacity. Formal schooling did not destroy his creative prowess, his tenacity, ambition, drive, and sheer daring to swim upstream. Sheikh Deedat was more a scholar of the Bible than the Qur'an, and was more familiar and adroit with its teachings. He had an insight and perspective of the Bible which made many Christians he came into contact with rethink and re-examine their faith, particularly those aspects of the Bible and the Qur'an that deal with the divine mission and life of Prophet Jesus. Sheikh Deedat fell ill in 1996, shortly after his trip to Australia, which was a momentous tour. He gave one of his most passionate talks in front of a capacity crowd in Sydney, on the theme Easter: A Muslim viewpoint. This was his last lecture before he suffered a stroke, and he has been bedridden since then. He is still as alert as ever and his sharp memory to identify faces and events has not left him. When people come to see him that he has not seen for many years, they are amazed to see him recollecting spontaneously who they are and where he has met them. May the Almighty Allah restore his health, and make the remainder of his days sweet and the life to come even sweeter, Insha'Allah. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/al.mojadala Twitter : https://twitter.com/Mojadala Google +: gplus.to/mojadala Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mojadala/ Tumblr: http://mojadala.tumblr.com/ Please visit our website for more video's: http://www.mojadala.com
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Durban Business And Professional Women At The IPCI (1/10)

Durban Business And Professional Women At The IPCI (1/10)

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2007
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Part (2/10): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uRn1e1H4G0 Durban Business And Professional Women At The I.P.C.I. - by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In this video members of the Durban Business And Professional Women's Club visit Sheikh Ahmed Deedat at the I.P.C.I. (Islamic Propagation Centre International) to discuss matters regarding Islam and Christianity. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat: In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right? He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration. The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missionaries. Finally, he was given recognition by the international Muslim community that he deserved and focused more sharply the attention of the Muslim world on the most important aspect of his work, the challenge to propagate Islam. This was his life long ambition to focus the Muslim world's attention and resources on the propagation of Islam, and at last he succeeded. What a moment of jubilation, achievement and personal gratification for Sheikh Deedat the award was, a turning point in his life. Sheikh Deedat did not have much formal schooling, but he was self-taught through experience and a penchant for reading, debating, discussion, and a profound sense of commitment to a mission and goal. He was driven and goal oriented. He was focused and never let up until the job was done. He was sharp, perceptive, forthright, fiery, and daring in his challenge of those whom he debated, particularly against those who equal his missionary zeal and sense of audacity. Formal schooling did not destroy his creative prowess, his tenacity, ambition, drive, and sheer daring to swim upstream. Sheikh Deedat was more a scholar of the Bible than the Qur'an, and was more familiar and adroit with its teachings. He had an insight and perspective of the Bible which made many Christians he came into contact with rethink and re-examine their faith, particularly those aspects of the Bible and the Qur'an that deal with the divine mission and life of Prophet Jesus. On May 3, 1996, Sheikh Ahmed Deedat suffered a stroke which left him paralyzed from the neck down, and also meant that he could no longer speak or swallow. He was flown to a hospital in Riyadh, where he was taught to communicate through a series of eye-movements. He spent the last nine years of his life in a bed in his home in Verulam, South Africa, encouraging people to engage in da'wah. He continued to receive hundreds of letters of support from around the world. During these years, rumors spread throughout the Internet that he was already dead, and even some websites that contained his pamphlets mentioned as early as 2002 that he was dead. On August 8, 2005, Ahmed Deedat finally succumbed to his prolonged illness and died at his home in Trevennen Road, Verulam in the province of KwaZulu Natal.
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European Union presence at Durban Business Fair

European Union presence at Durban Business Fair

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  • Duration: 8:13
  • Updated: 11 Nov 2016
  • views: 61
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The fifteenth Durban Business Fair starts Friday and runs until Sunday, with the hope to top 2015's eight hundred and fifty, small and medium businesses participation. The fair is a vehicle to promote and position Durban as the ultimate South African and international business hub. About five European Union countries will be represented at 2016's event and we're joined from our Durban studio by the EU Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Marcus Cornaro and the Finnishe Ambassador to South Africa, Kari Alanko. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
https://wn.com/European_Union_Presence_At_Durban_Business_Fair
Durban business robbery in just 3 minutes

Durban business robbery in just 3 minutes

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  • Duration: 3:36
  • Updated: 05 Feb 2015
  • views: 2749
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A business in Durban is robbed in just 3 minutes. The criminals wore gloves and baseball caps. We assume that they were aware of the cameras.
https://wn.com/Durban_Business_Robbery_In_Just_3_Minutes
Durban Business Fair Connecting Durban Globally - (Good Living Ep. 01)

Durban Business Fair Connecting Durban Globally - (Good Living Ep. 01)

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  • Duration: 7:58
  • Updated: 26 Oct 2015
  • views: 190
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The Durban Business Fair has become one of the premier and comprehensive strategic programmes to ensure SMME’s remain an active part of the City’s economy. Since its inception 16 years ago, the DBF offers businesses from various sectors and various government departments, NGO’s and educational institutions a strategic platform to showcase and promote their innovative products and services, acquire and share information, connect with other businesses and ascertain business opportunities.
https://wn.com/Durban_Business_Fair_Connecting_Durban_Globally_(Good_Living_Ep._01)
Durban Business Fair ensures SMMEs remain active in City's economy

Durban Business Fair ensures SMMEs remain active in City's economy

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  • Duration: 56:39
  • Updated: 15 Oct 2015
  • views: 97
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The Durban Business Fair is hosted by eThekwini Municipality. The fair is one of various innovative programmes hosted by the City's Business Support, Tourism and Markets Unit to ensure that SMMEs remain an active part of the City's economy. CNBC Africa crosses to this event for a live panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities SMMEs face in this region during uncertain times.
https://wn.com/Durban_Business_Fair_Ensures_Smmes_Remain_Active_In_City's_Economy
DVD 28 Durban Business and Professional Women

DVD 28 Durban Business and Professional Women

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  • Duration: 98:35
  • Updated: 11 Apr 2012
  • views: 27705
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follow us @ http://www.facebook.com/Deedat.Arabic Durban Business And Professional Women At The I.P.C.I. - by Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In this video members of the Durban Business And Professional Women's Club visit Sheikh Ahmed Deedat at the I.P.C.I. (Islamic Propagation Centre International) to discuss matters regarding Islam and Christianity. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat: In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right? He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration. The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missionaries. Finally, he was given recognition by the international Muslim community that he deserved and focused more sharply the attention of the Muslim world on the most important aspect of his work, the challenge to propagate Islam. This was his life long ambition to focus the Muslim world's attention and resources on the propagation of Islam, and at last he succeeded. What a moment of jubilation, achievement and personal gratification for Sheikh Deedat the award was, a turning point in his life. Sheikh Deedat did not have much formal schooling, but he was self-taught through experience and a penchant for reading, debating, discussion, and a profound sense of commitment to a mission and goal. He was driven and goal oriented. He was focused and never let up until the job was done. He was sharp, perceptive, forthright, fiery, and daring in his challenge of those whom he debated, particularly against those who equal his missionary zeal and sense of audacity. Formal schooling did not destroy his creative prowess, his tenacity, ambition, drive, and sheer daring to swim upstream. Sheikh Deedat was more a scholar of the Bible than the Qur'an, and was more familiar and adroit with its teachings. He had an insight and perspective of the Bible which made many Christians he came into contact with rethink and re-examine their faith, particularly those aspects of the Bible and the Qur'an that deal with the divine mission and life of Prophet Jesus. On May 3, 1996, Sheikh Ahmed Deedat suffered a stroke which left him paralyzed from the neck down, and also meant that he could no longer speak or swallow. He was flown to a hospital in Riyadh, where he was taught to communicate through a series of eye-movements. He spent the last nine years of his life in a bed in his home in Verulam, South Africa, encouraging people to engage in da'wah. He continued to receive hundreds of letters of support from around the world. During these years, rumors spread throughout the Internet that he was already dead, and even some websites that contained his pamphlets mentioned as early as 2002 that he was dead. On August 8, 2005, Ahmed Deedat finally succumbed to his prolonged illness and died at his home in Trevennen Road, Verulam in the province of KwaZulu Natal.
https://wn.com/Dvd_28_Durban_Business_And_Professional_Women
Durban business woman builds  houses for her employees.

Durban business woman builds houses for her employees.

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  • Duration: 0:56
  • Updated: 21 Mar 2014
  • views: 1879
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Durban business woman Shauwn Mpisane has built seven houses for her employees.
https://wn.com/Durban_Business_Woman_Builds_Houses_For_Her_Employees.
GALA DINNER DURBAN BUSINESS FAIR - (Good Living Ep. 02)

GALA DINNER DURBAN BUSINESS FAIR - (Good Living Ep. 02)

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  • Duration: 10:11
  • Updated: 26 Oct 2015
  • views: 321
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The City of Durban hosted the Gala Dinner event at the Durban ICC. This was a business networking dinner between participating SMMEs, Corporates, Government Departments and sponsors. The glitz and glamour of the event was captured as government ministers, international guests and local celebrities walked the red carpet. An event hosted in true Durban hospitality as the Durban Business Fair continues to Inspire, Innovate, Involve and Grow.
https://wn.com/Gala_Dinner_Durban_Business_Fair_(Good_Living_Ep._02)
Durban Business and Professional Women (at IPCI) with Ahmed Deedat

Durban Business and Professional Women (at IPCI) with Ahmed Deedat

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  • Duration: 98:34
  • Updated: 10 Apr 2013
  • views: 622
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Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, the Great Muslim Scholar in Comparative religion in the 21th Century have discussing with Durban Business and Professional Women at IPCI
https://wn.com/Durban_Business_And_Professional_Women_(At_Ipci)_With_Ahmed_Deedat
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