The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah
The Way To Jannah

The Way To Jannah

Regular priceR 215.00
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  • Delivery in 2-5 working days
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  • Inventory on the way

Courier delivery (to your door) is approximately R80 the exact amount is calculated on checkout. Orders over R2000 qualify for free delivery.

Delivery takes 2-5 working days depending on where you reside.
Durban, JHB and surrounds: 2-3 working days.
CPT, PE, EL, NW: 3-5 working days

Want to collect instead? Select Click & Collect.
Click & Collect FAQ

I have chosen click & collect, when can I collect my order? 

We will notify you via email/ WhatsApp when your order is ready for collection.
We generally need 1-2 working days to prepare your order. During sales and busy periods such as Ramadan & Eid the lead time is 5-10 working days. 

What is the Click & Collect collection address?

27 Dr Goonam Street, Durban. Put it in Google Maps - it should bring you right outside! PS: we are in a big brown building with signage on the outside which read: Mamedy House/ M.I Mahomedy / Caravan Clothing

What are the collection times ? 

 Monday - Friday 10:30 am - 4:00 pm* *Closed daily between 1:00-1:30pm &11:30am - 2pm on Fridays. Saturdays: 10:30am -12:30pm . Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays.

Do I need to provide any details when collecting?

Yes, your #DDXXXX order number will need to be quoted upon collection.  

Can someone collect on my behalf ? 

Yes, you will need to provide them with your #DDXXXX order number.  

Do you have parking available?

No, unfortunately we do not have parking available. You will need to park on the road or in public car parks nearby.  

Can you bring my order out to me to my car if there is no parking? 

No, unfortunately we do not have the resources to do this.  

 

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Zayd poses a question to his mother as they climb up a wintery mountain path: “Mummy, what do I say if I want to go to Jannah?” Time after time, Zayd tries answering his own question, never quite getting it right. His mother comments on his efforts, teaches him new words of remembrance, but never gives the answer away. Will Zayd ever find the right words? And will it be as simple as he expected? You’ll have to join mother and son at the spectacular mountain peak to find out…

 

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