Assalaamu Alaykum!

Mizan Institute will be holding its third “Mizan Ukhuwa Spiritual Retreat” at a beautiful campsite called SOS School in the Wilds in Villiersdorp (www.soswild.co.za). The camp will be held from Friday 16th March to Sunday 18th March 2018 in-sha-Allah!

The aim of the camp is to spend time in nature drawing closer to Allah, strengthening the bonds between the Mizan student body, interacting with Mizan staff in a beautiful natural setting and having some fun!

Activities include:

  • Workshops and spiritual talks
  • Reflections and thikr
  • Hiking and swimming
  • Icebreakers and downtime

Camp facilitators include:

  • Ml Muhammad Carr
  • Ml Yazeed Mohamed
  • Ml Zakariyya Harnekar
  • Ml Khalil Hendricks

The camp is only open to registered Mizan students, alumni and direct family members of Mizan students (husband, son, etc)

If possible we would like to request campers to please leave Cape Town after Asr and arrive at the camp at 18:30 on Friday.

The camp fee is R620 per person which covers the facility fees as well as all meals. The fee excludes transport and brothers are requested to travel in carpools – this will be arranged after registration iA.

Note that the camp fee is being subsidised by Mizan Institute and if you would like to sponsor a camper who cannot afford the full fee please indicate that on the registration form.

Please note that we can only confirm a space for campers who cannot afford the full fee if we receive sufficient sponsorship.

For those who would like to attend – the registration form below HAS to be completed on or before Wednesday 8th March 2018.

Please note that numbers are limited and places will be allocated on a first come basis.

Camp fees can be paid at class or via EFT to:

Bank: First National Bank
Account Name: DNSI
Account Type: Business Cheque
Account Number: 62445910517
Branch Code: 201109 or 250655
Reference: Your first name + surname + CAMP as a reference.

Please note that the camp is open to males only

Photos from our last camp can be seen at:

Posted by Mizan Institute on Saturday, 3 March 2018