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Durban Muslim Traders Association. • Gauteng Halal Traders Association. • Islamic Medical Association. • Jamiatul Ulama South Africa. • Jamiatul Ulama ...
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Successful International Halal Services Models (SANHA) Moulana Muhammad Saeed Navlakhi South African National Halaal Authority - (SANHA)

Halal Industry and its Services Conference 24-26 January 2011 State of Kuwait, Salmiyah, Holiday Inn Hotel al-Salmiyah

Historical Background • • • • • •

Early Indonesian Muslims – 1600’s Indian Muslims – mid 1800’s Minority Muslim Population Apartheid Laws Trying circumstances Preservation of religious and cultural values

Halal Certification Objectives • • • • •

Divine injunction Material & spiritual implications Muslim consumer assurance Accessibility to all Mankind Facilitate Halal trade

Halal Certification Definition & Implications • • • •

Religious testimony Requires guidance of Shari’ah experts Understanding of the relevant industry Competence to identify Haram CCP’s

Halal Certification in SA • • • • • •

Muslim need Introduced 1960’s Under the supervision of the ‘Ulama Limited to Red Meat slaughterhouses Extended to poultry – 70’s 80’s - Other consumables

SA – Unique Position • • • • • • •

NGO’s – broad based representation Halal certification primarily for local market Huge Muslim FMCG representation Strong local demand Educated and informed consumer Religious freedom Sound visionary leadership

Why the demand for Halal? • • • • • • • • •

Lifestyle choice Increased awareness Divine command – Islamic value Exponential market Dietary assurance Brand evolution Phenomenal market share Change in demographics Disposable income

SA Halal Certifying Bodies

• Pre 1996 • SANHA – 1996 • Current 2011

WHY SANHA… • • • • • • • • •

Repeal of sanctions Deregulation of the meat industry Several regional bodies with no co-ordination Lack of uniform religious standards Inadequate systems and monitoring programs Absence of Halal imports control Lack of industry understanding Deceptive and fraudulent certification Poor dissemination of information

Who & What is SANHA? • • • • • •

South African National Halaal Authority Established in 1996 Nationally represented Transparent & accountable Legitimate, credible and independent Professional and competent halal certification service to the industry • Consumer – core focus of activity

SANHA Members • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Association of Muslim Schools Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers Central Islamic Trust Council of Ulama (Eastern Cape) Crescent of Hope SA Darul Ihsan KZN Darul Waqaf Islamic Trust Durban Muslim Traders Association Gauteng Halal Traders Association Islamic Medical Association Jamiatul Ulama South Africa Jamiatul Ulama Western Cape Majlisud Da'wah wal Islaah Minara Chamber of Commerce Northern Cape Halal Board South African Muslim Restaurants Association

Plus 137 Associated Muslim Organisation Members

Ulama Council Members Central Islamic Trust Council of Ulama (Eastern Cape) Crescent of Hope SA Darul Waqaf Islamic Trust Jamiatul Ulama KZN Jamiatul Ulama Transvaal Majlisud Da'wah wal Islaah Northern Cape Halaal Board

General Members Association of Muslim Schools Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers Cape Muslim Butchers Association Durban Muslim Traders Association Gauteng Halaal Traders Association Islamic Medical Association Minara Chamber of Commerce Muslim Consumer Council South African Muslim Restaurants Association

Eight Elected Representatives

Six Elected Representatives + 1 Independent

Board of Executives

Management Committee comprising of Office Bearers and Office Managers

KZN - Head Office

Gauteng Office

Western Cape Office

Area/s of Operation KZN E.Cape

Area/s of Operation Gauteng Northern Cape Limpopo (Northern Province) North West Province Mpumalanga Free State

Area/s of