The early release of the accreditation process helps prospective Hujjaaj to adequately plan for their upcoming Hajj. It also allows applicants to decline accreditation and transfer their applications giving others in the queue an opportunity to be accredited.
By the invitation of the Ministry of Hajj, the South African Hajj and Umrah Council (SAHUC) delegation, accompanied by the South African Consul General has met with the Ministry of Hajj and some of its affiliate bodies to sign the agreements (Protocols) for Hajj 1439H (2018).
The South African Hajj and Umrah Council (SAHUC) have pleasure in announcing the new Office Bearers for the next two years. This change has come about following a successful Annual General Meeting that took place over the week-end.
The South African Hajj & Umrah Council (SAHUC) hereby informs the Muslim community of South Africa, that it has received communication from the Muassasah (enclosed below) from the directive of the Ministry of Hajj, with regards to an increase in the price for the Non Special Services Camp (Camp C+)