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AMS NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2019
For educators and management staff in all phases, governors and anyone with an interest in education
Theme : The role of Islamic Pedagogy in the transformation of Muslim schools in South Africa
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS :
Prof Mohamad Abdalla; Dr Nadeem Memon; Brother Dylan Chown
From the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, University of South Australia
VENUE : CRESCENT HALL, PARLOCK,, DURBAN
DATES : SAT 05/SUN 06 0CT 2019
REGISTRATION : R500 PER DELEGATE
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