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Periodical articleSitoto, Tahir Fuzile (2018)
See this documentScripting Black African Muslim Presence in South African Islam: A Quest for Self-understanding beyond the Moment of Conversion
Islamic Africa. Volume 9 #2. p. 163-178.

BookGarbin, David and Strhan, Anna (eds.) (2017)
Religion and the global city
Abstract presentLondon: Bloomsbury Academic. 319p.

Periodical articleTayob, Shaheed (2016)
See this document'O you who believe, eat of the 'tayyibat' (pure and wholesome food) that we have provided you' - producing risk, expertise and certified halal consumption in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 46 #1. p. 67-91.

Periodical articleAlhourani, Ala Rabiha (2015)
See this documentAesthetics of Muslim public and community formations in Cape Town: observations of an anthropologist
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 38 #1-2. p. 103-119.

BookEchtler, Magnus and Ukah, Asonzeh (eds.) (2015)
Bourdieu in Africa: exploring the dynamics of religious fields
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill. 274p.

Periodical articleGençoglu, Halim (2015)
See this documentThe forgotten Effendi: Ottoman muslim theologian, Mahmud Fakih Emin Effendi, and the real story of the Bo-Kaap Museum, c. 1894-1978 /
New contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #73. p. 162-180.

Periodical articleKaarsholm, Preben (2015)
See this documentIslam, secularist government, and state-civil society interaction in Mozambique and South Africa since 1994
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 9 #3. p. 468-487.

Periodical articleSalah, Omar and Rautenbach, Christa (2015)
See this documentIslamic finance: a corollary to legal pluralism or legal diversity in South Africa and the Netherlands?
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 48 #3. p. 488-515.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam and Waetjen, Thembisa (2015)
See this documentShifting grounds: A.I. Kajee and the political quandary of 'moderates' in the search for an Islamic school site in Durban, 1943-1948
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 67 #3. p. 316-334.

BookBaderoon, Gabeba (2014)
Regarding muslims: from slavery to post-apartheid
Johannesburg: Wits University Press. 207p.

BookBang, Anne K. (2014)
Islamic Sufi Networks in the Western Indian Ocean (c. 1880-1940): Ripples of Reform
Leiden: Brill. #16. 227p.

Periodical articleGencoglu, Halim (2014)
The first Muslim politician of South Africa: Ahmet Ataullah Bey, 1865-1903
New contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #69. p. 93-119.

Periodical articleHaron, Muhammed (2014)
Ahmad Deedat: the making of a transnational religious figure
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 27 #2. p. 66-93.

BookJina, Zaheera and Asvat, Hasina (eds.) (2014)
Riding the samoosa express: personal narratives of marriage and beyond
Cape Town: Modjaji Books. 159p.

Periodical articleKaarsholm, Preben (2014)
See this documentZanzibaris or Amakhuwa? Sufi networks in South Africa, Mozambique, and the Indian Ocean
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 55 #2. p. 191-210.

Periodical articleMcDonald, Zahraa (2014)
See this documentReligious freedom within a liberal constitution: an overview of Muslim personal law in South Africa
Abstract presentPolitikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Volume 41 #2. p. 209-226.

Periodical articlePalombo, Matthew (2014)
See this documentThe emergence of Islamic liberation theology in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 44 #1. p. 28-61.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam and Waetjen, Thembisa (2014)
Moon sightings and the quest for Muslim solidarities in twentieth century Natal
Abstract presentNew contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #71. p. 41-64.

Periodical articleBaderoon, Gabeba (ed.) (2013)
States of being: public selves and national privacies in queer Muslim autobiographies in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 33. p. 77-100.

Periodical issueChidester, David (ed.) (2013)
Postgraduates producing knowledge
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 26 #1. 100p.

Periodical articleSadouni, Samadia (2013)
See this documentAhmed Deedat, internationalisation, and transformations of Islamic polemic
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 43 #1. p. 53-73.

Dissertation / thesisSesanti, Andiswa Theodora (2013)
See this documentTranslating the Arabic Qur'an into isiXhosa
Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, Department of Afrikaans and Dutch, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. 119p.

Periodical articleSolomon, Hussein (2013)
See this documentCombating Islamist radicalisation in South Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 23 #1. p. 17-33.

DVD / videoFreimond, Craig and Apteker, Ronnie and Thorpe, Robbie and Moosa, RIaad (eds.) (2012)
See this documentMaterial
Johannesburg: Nu Metro Home Entertainment. Volume 94.

Periodical articleCobbett, Elizabeth (2011)
The shaping of Islamic finance in South Africa: public Islam and Muslim publics
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 31. p. 29-59.

Periodical articleDumbe, Yunus (2011)
See this documentThe Salafi praxis of constructing religious identity in Africa: a comparative perspective of the growth of the movements in Accra and Cape Town
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 2 #2. p. 87-116.

Periodical issueHofmeyr, Isabel and Kaarsholm, Preben (eds.) (2011)
See this documentSpecial issue: print cultures, nationalisms and publics of the Indian Ocean
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 81 #1. 172p.

Periodical articleQasaymeh, Khaled (2011)
Islamic banking in South Africa: between the accumulation of wealth and the promotion of social prosperity
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 44 #2. p. 275-292.

BookSadouni, Samadia (2011)
La controverse islamo-chrétienne en Afrique du Sud: Ahmed Deedat et les nouvelles formes de débat
Aix-en Provence: Presses universitaires de Provence. 257p.

Periodical articleShaikh, Sa'diyya and Hoel, Nina and Kagee, Ashraf (2011)
Research report South African Muslim women: sexuality, marriage and reproductive choices
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 31. p. 96-124.

Conference paperTayob, Abdulkader (ed.) (2011)
See this documentMuslim marriages in South Africa: from constitution to legislation: papers presented at Muslim marriages workshop, Saturday 22 May 2010, Capetonian Hotel
Abstract presentWestern Cape: Centre for Contemporary Islam, University of Cape Town. 56p.

Periodical articleBangstad, Sindre and Fataar, Aslam (2010)
See this documentAmbiguous accommodation: Cape Muslims and post-apartheid politics
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 36 #4. p. 817-831.

Periodical articleMacDonald, Zahraa (2010)
Legitimate practice constructs a contemporary Muslim identity in South Africa: the case of the 'Tabligh Jamaat' in Johannesburg
African Identities. Volume 8 #3. p. 267-280.

Conference paperMakhulu, Anne-Maria and Buggenhagen, Beth Anne and Jackson, Stephen (eds.) (2010)
Hard work, hard times: global volatility and African subjectivities
Abstract presentBerkeley, CA: University of California Press. 224p.

Periodical articleRautenbach, Christa (2010)
Deep legal pluralism in South Africa: judicial accommodation of non-State law
Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. #60. p. 143-177.

DVD / videoShamis, Khalid (ed.) (2010)
See this documentThe killing of the Imam
Abstract presentTuba Films.

BookTriaud, Jean-Louis (ed.) (2010)
Diversité et habits singuliers
Abstract presentParis: Les Indes savantes. #2. 178p.

Book chapterDangor, Suleman (2009)
Islamisation and Muslim institutions/organisations in South Africa
In: Brown, Duncan (ed.), Religion and spirituality in South Africa: new perspectives. Scottsville, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. p. 107-123.

BookEbrahim, Mogamat Hoosain (2009)
The Cape hajj tradition: past and present
Abstract presentPrimrose Park, South Africa: Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim; International Peace University South Africa.

BookHendricks, Pepe (2009)
Hijab: unveiling queer Muslim lives
Abstract presentCape Town: Inner Circle.

Periodical articleKelly, Jill E. (2009)
See this document'It is because of our Islam that we are there': the Call of Islam in the United Democratic Front era
Abstract presentAfrican Historical Review. Volume 41 #1. p. 118-139.

Periodical articleLliteras, Susana Molins (2009)
A path to integration: Senegalese Tijanis in Cape Town
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 68 #2. p. 215-233.

BookMofokeng, Lesala L. (2009)
Legal pluralism in South Africa: aspects of African customary, Muslim and Hindu family law
Hatfield, Pretoria: Van Schaik.

Periodical articleNaidu, Maheshvari (2009)
Seeing (through) the gaze: marking religious and cultural differences onto Muslim female bodies
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 22 #2. p. 23-42.

Periodical articleSesanti, Simphiwe (2009)
Manifestations of African Islam: a case study of African Muslims in Kwa-Nobuhle township in the Eastern Cape
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 29. p. 33-58.

Book chapterSitoto, Tahir Fuzile (2009)
Decline of Islamist discourse and the rise of new spiritualities in South African Islam?
In: Brown, Duncan (ed.), Religion and spirituality in South Africa: new perspectives. Scottsville, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. p. 145-164.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam (2009)
Ahmed Deedat and Muslim-Christian relations at the Cape, c. 1960-1980
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 29. p. 2-32.

Periodical issueVally, Rehana and Worby, Eric (eds.) (2009)
See this documentFeature: Islam, democracy and public life (part II)
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 61 #1. 201p.

Periodical articleDangor, Suleman Essop (2008)
See this documentArabic-Afrikaans literature at the Cape
Abstract presentTydskrif vir letterkunde. Volume 45 #1. p. 123-132.

Periodical articleKeraan, Mustapha and Haron, Muhammed (2008)
See this documentSelected Sufi texts of Shaykh Yusuf: translations and commentaries
Abstract presentTydskrif vir letterkunde. Volume 45 #1. p. 101-122.

Periodical articleKros, Cynthia (2008)
See this documentIdeological straitjacket or irreplaceable principle of democracy? Reflections on the French debates about 'laïcité' and the questions they raise for South African social scientists
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 60 #4. p. 600-617.

Periodical articleMalherbe, Vertrees (2008)
See this documentChristian-Muslim Marriage and Cohabitation: An Aspect of Identity and Family Formation in Nineteenth-Century Cape Town
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. Volume 36 #1. p. 5-24.

Periodical articleMall, Ayesha (2008)
See this documentBustling down the door: the role of sisters in Muslim community radio in South Africa
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #77. p. 33-46.

Dissertation / thesisMatthee, Heinrich (2008)
Muslim identities and political strategies: a case study of Muslims in the greater Cape Town area of South Africa, 1994-2000
Kassel: Kassel University Press. 322p.

Periodical articleNadvi, Lubna (2008)
See this documentSouth African Muslims and political engagement in a globalising context
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 60 #4. p. 618-636.

Periodical articleRastogi, Pallavi (2008)
See this documentCitizen Other: Islamic Indianness and the implosion of racial harmony in postapartheid South Africa
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 39 #1. p. 107-124.

BookSolomon, Hussein and Fadare, Akeem and Butler, Firoza (eds.) (2008)
Political Islam and the State in Africa
Abstract presentPretoria: Centre for International Political Studies (CiPS). 260p.

Periodical articleTayob, Abdulkader I. (2008)
See this documentIslamic politics in South Africa between identity and Utopia
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 60 #4. p. 583-599.

Dissertation / thesisBangstad, Sindre (2007)
See this documentGlobal flows, local appropriations: facets of secularisation and re-islamization among contemporary Cape Muslims
Leiden: ISIM. 354p.

Dissertation / thesisGermain, Éric (2007)
L'Afrique du Sud musulmane: histoire des relations entre Indiens et Malais du Cap
Paris: Karthala. 445p.

DVD / videoJacobs, Rayda and Lane, Amanda (eds.) (2007)
See this documentConfessions of a gambler
Abstract presentRiempie Productions.

Periodical articleJeppie, Shamil (2007)
Identity politics and public disputation: a Baha'i missionary as a Muslim modernist in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 27. p. 150-172.

BookJeppie, Shamil (2007)
Language, identity, modernity: the Arabic Study Circle of Durban
Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council. 136p.

Periodical articleKaarsholm, Preben (2007)
Population movements, Islam and the interaction of Indian and African identity strategies in South Africa during and after apartheid
Abstract presentJournal of Natal and Zulu History. Volume 24-25. p. 37-63.

Periodical articleSadouni, Samadia (2007)
See this documentAhmed Deedat et l'islam indien en Afrique du Sud: individualisme et transnationalisme islamique
Abstract presentArchives de sciences sociales des religions. #139. p. 101-118.

BookSoares, Benjamin F. and Otayek, René (eds.) (2007)
Islam and Muslim politics in Africa
Abstract presentNew York: Palgrave MacMillan. 280p.

BookTriaud, Jean-Louis (ed.) (2007)
Nouveaux espaces
Abstract presentParis: Les Indes savantes. #1. 174p.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam (2007)
Islam in the public sphere in post-apartheid South Africa: prospects and challenges
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 27. p. 116-149.

BookDavids, Nadia (2006)
At her feet: a play in one act
Cape Town: Oshun Books. 79p.

BookFunke, Nikki and Solomon, Hussein (eds.) (2006)
Exploring Islamic fundamentalist ideologies in Africa
Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa. #21. 410p.

BookHaron, Muhammed (2006)
The dynamics of Christian-Muslim relations in South Africa (ca. 1960-2000): from exclusivism to pluralism
Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell. #31. 125p.

BookHutchinson, Michael (2006)
Bo-Kaap: colourful heart of Cape Town
Claremont: David Philip. 138p.

Periodical articleJeenah, Na'eem (2006)
The National Liberation Struggle and Islamic Feminisms in South Africa
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 29 #1. January-February. p. 27-41.

BookMohamed, Yasien and Siddiqui, Mohammad Abdul Aleem (2006)
The roving ambassador of peace: the lectures of Moulana Abdul Aleem Siddiqui (r) in South Africa
Cape Town: IQRA Publishers.

BookMujlisul Ulama of South Africa (2006)
Sautush Shaitaan: the voice of Shaitaan: music and singing
Benoni: Young Men's Muslim Association. 116p.

Periodical articleShell, Robert (2006)
Madrasahs and Moravians: Muslim educational institutions in the Cape colony, 1792 to 1910
Abstract presentNew contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #51. p. 101-113.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam (2006)
See this document'Unhappily torn by dissensions and litigations': Durban's 'Memon' Mosque, 1880-1930
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #1. p. 23-49.

Periodical articleBaderoon, Gabeba (2005)
Ambiguous Visibility: Islam and the Making of a South African Landscape
Arab World Geographer. Volume 8 #1-2. Spring/Summer. p. 90-103.

Periodical articleBangstad, Sindre (2005)
See this documentHydra's heads: PAGAD and responses to the PAGAD phenomenon in a Cape Muslim community
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #1. March. p. 187-208.

Periodical articleDomingo, Wesahl Agherdien (2005)
Marriage and Divorce: Opportunities and Challenges Facing South African Muslim Women With the Recognition of Muslim Personal Law
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. Volume Special Issue. p. 68-77.

Periodical articleFataar, A. (2005)
Discourse, differentiation, and agency: Muslim community schools in post-apartheid Cape Town
Comparative Education Review. Volume 49 #1. p. 23-43.

Periodical articleGünther, U. (2005)
Südafrika: Debatten um das Personenstandsrecht
INAMO. Volume 11 #41. p. 29-32.

Book chapterGünther, U. (2005)
Le rôle des organisations musulmanes dans le processus de transformation en Afrique du Sud (1976-2000)
In: Gomez-Perez, M. (ed.), L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. Paris: Karthala. p. 461-476.

Periodical articleHaron, Muhammed (2005)
See this documentDa'wah movements and Sufi tariqahs: Competing for spiritual spaces in contemporary South(ern) Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 25 #2. August. p. 261-285.

BookJacobs, Rayda (2005)
The Mecca diaries
Cape Town: Double Storey Books. 160p.

Dissertation / thesisJung, Manfred (2005)
See this documentTheological reflections on the spread of Islam and attitudes in churches: A case study on three black townships in Cape Town
master thesis. University of Stellenbosch. 76p.

Periodical articleKugle, S. (2005)
Queer jihad: A view from South Africa
ISIM Review. Volume 16. p. 14-15.

BookPeer, Nazia (2005)
House of peace: a family's story
Durban: Reach Publishers. 234p.

Periodical articleRafudeen, Auwais (2005)
A parallel mode of being: the Sanusiyyah and intellectual subversion in Cape Town, 1800-1840: part one, part two
Abstract presentJournal for the Study of Religion. Volume 18 #1. p. 77-95.

Periodical articleVahed, G.H.M. (2005)
Contesting meanings and authenticity: Indian Islam and Muharram 'performances' in Durban, 2002
Journal of Ritual Studies. Volume 19 #2. p. 129-145.

Dissertation / thesisAdam, S.A. (2004)
Association of Muslim Schools (AMS): The need and relevance for the establishment of Muslim private schools in South Africa
master thesis. University of KwaZulu-Natal. 153p.

Dissertation / thesisBaderoon, G. (2004)
Oblique figures: Representations of Islam in South African media and culture
Ph.D. dissertation. University of Cape Town.

Book chapterBaderoon, G. (2004)
Catch with the eye: Change and continuity in Muslim cooking in Cape Town
In: Field, S. and Swanson, F. and Meyer, R. (eds.), Imagining the city: Memory, space and culture in Cape Town. Cape Town: UCT Press.

Periodical articleBangstad, S. (2004)
When Muslims marry non-Muslims: Marriage as incorporation in a Cape Muslim community
Abstract presentIslam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Volume 15 #3. p. 349-364.

Periodical articleBangstad, Sindre (2004)
See this documentThe Changed Circumstances for the Performance of Religious Authority in a Cape Muslim Community
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 34 #1-2. p. 39-61.

Periodical articleBangstad, Sindre (2004)
When Muslims Marry Non-Muslims: Marriage as Incorporation in a Cape Muslim Community
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Volume 15 #3. p. 349-364.

Dissertation / thesisBux, Z. (2004)
The changing roles of Muslim women in South Africa
master thesis. University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Periodical articleCajee, Z.A. (2004)
Islamic history and civilisation in South Africa. The impact of colonialism, Apartheid, and democracy: 1652-2003
Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of South Africa. Volume 11 #4. p. 90-98.

Book chapterDangor, S.E. (2004)
Negotiating identities: The case of Indian Muslims in South Africa
In: Jacobsen, K.A. and Kumar, P.P. (eds.), South Asians in the diaspora: Histories and religious traditions. Leiden: Brill.

BookGamieldien, F. (2004)
The history of the Claremont Main Road Mosque: Its people and their contribution to Islam in South Africa
Claremont: CMRM. 148p.

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