Radio 786 RamadaanExpo bigger and better

Different stakeholders have joined hands to make the Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo a successPHOTO: Nomzamo Yuku
Different stakeholders have joined hands to make the Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo a successPHOTO: Nomzamo Yuku

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage (Nikaah) ceremony on Sunday at 10:00.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery.

There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and
calligraphy.

Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before.

“The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and
identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers have partner with the City of Cape Town and Kuisine Spice Innovations among other businesses.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage (Nikaah) ceremony show at 10:00.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery.

There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in
Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before.

“The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City.

He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered.

Entry fee is R35 and is open to everyone. Tickets can be bout on Quicket.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage (Nikaah) ceremony on Sunday at 10:00.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery.

There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and
calligraphy.

Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before.

“The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and
identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers have partner with the City of Cape Town and Kuisine Spice Innovations among other businesses.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the CTICC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage ceremony show.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities­.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery. There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy. Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before. “The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations­.

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City. He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered. Entry fee is R35.

This year’s Ramadaan Expo is expected to attract more than 25 000 visitors over a single weekend.

It will be hosted by Radio 786 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May.

Organisers say the 7th anniversary expo will be bigger and better than before, with its new name: Cape Town Ramadaan and Lifestyle Expo.

It is set to feature several exclusive activities including an Islam marriage (Nikaah) ceremony at 10:00.

The Expo aims to educate citizens about Islam culture and expose local Islam businesses to masses of people, creating marketing and investment opportunities hence the move to a bigger space this year.

More than 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase Ramadaan-related food, fresh produce, exclusive clothing, cosmetics, homeware and jewellery.

There will also be a cooking theatre featuring demonstrations of the flavours of Cape Town, as well as a historic display of Islamic art and calligraphy.

Proceeds will go to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Ronde­bosch.

The Expo’s executive committee member Rushni Allie says it will bridge cultural divides and tell the history of Islam in the southern hemisphere in a way never seen before.

“The expo has become the biggest of its kind in Cape Town with new dimensions added this year to bring variety while preserving the Cape Muslim culture and identity,” says Allie.

“Cape Town is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions.”

Organisers will partner with the City of Cape Town, Kuisine Spice Innovations among other businesses..

The City’s Mzwakhe Nqavashe hailed the expo as an innovative event that generates income for the City.

He says local government has a mandate to promote and support social cohesion and the City has contributed R100 000 to help make the event a success.

Kariem Badroodein from one of the partnering businesses says the expo is a great opportunity for local businesses.

Throughout the event, there will be lucky draw prizes to be won, activities for adults and children, as well as competitions to be entered­.

Entry fee is R35 and the expo is open to everyone.

Tickets can be bought from Quicket

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