Join the World Memon Organization Gauteng Family Picnic – Sunday 11th May 2014

Join the World Memon Organization Gauteng Family Picnic – Sunday 11th May 2014 WMO PICNIC PROGRAM 10H00 Arrival of guests 11H30- 13H30 Kids: Pass the parcel & Musical chairs Young Adults: Minute to win it Families:Trivia 13H15 – 13H30     Zuhr Salaah 13H30 – 15H00     Lunch 15H00 – 17H00 … Continue reading

MEELAD 28th March 2014 Laudium

The Bhidia Family invites You To A Meelaad-Dun-Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam; Egyarvi Ghousepaak Radiallahu Anhu; Urs-Gareeb  Nawaaz Radiallahu Anhu; Jashne-Aulia  Niaz Radiallahu Anhum; there After in The Company Of Al Haaj Imraan Raza Qadri Moulana Moosa Raza & Various Honourable Ulamaa This Friday 28th March 2014 After Esha At 292 2nd Ave. Laudium All Welcome / Separate Facilities For Ladies  

WMO Africa BOM elections 2014

Assalaamoe Alaykoem Wa ragmatoellaahie Wabarakaatoeh As you are aware the Election for 2014 [Board of Management – WMO Africa Chapter] is scheduled to be held on 27th April and the deadline to finalize the Voter list has now been extended to 31st March 2014. All members are requested to ensure that their Membership Fees are updated (Including: Annual, … Continue reading

Memon Language Classes in Gauteng progressing

Two classes has taken place over the past 2 weeks. So far 25 people are part of it. The ages vary between 12yrs and 41yrs.  See Memon Language Classes Gauteng Flyer. Classes takes place every Wednesday from 19h00 – 20h00. If there are more applications we may have to have two separate classes. … Continue reading


Assalaamu alaikum The WMO Family Picnics held in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban were superb successes. Many families got together to catch up with family AND friends. Some after 40 years!! The WMO feels that such socialising will only build on pioneering forefathers, contributing both to the development of South … Continue reading

Invitation for “BRING AND SHARE” Family Picnic

Assalaamu alaikum to all families! There were many pioneering language communities in South Africa since the 1860’s that we should be proud of. Many Memon families were at the forefront of developing Islamic values and institutions that we see in the new South Africa. It is unfortunate that younger Memons … Continue reading