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Galeshewe Muslim Association still waiting for land

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The Galeshewe Muslim Association will host its annual mass street Iftar to signify the breaking of the fast during the holy month of Ramadaan on Saturday.

Iftar is the meal that Muslims eat after sunset during Ramadaan to break the day’s fast. File picture

THE GALESHEWE Muslim Association will host its annual mass street Iftar to signify the breaking of the fast during the holy month of Ramadaan on Saturday.

The chairperson of the Galeshewe Muslim Association, Aslam Mxolisi Tawana, said Seochwareng Street in Galeshewe will be closed for the event that is scheduled to start at 5.45pm on April 6.

“The event will take place on the tarmac in front of the mosque as we have been waiting for 17 years for land so that we can build the Galeshewe Islamic Centre. If we had the land at our disposal, we would not have had the need to close the main road in our township and disrupt traffic,” Tawana added.

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