Abul Fadl Mohsin Ebrahim’s latest book, Reproductive Health and Islamic Values – Ethical and Legal Insights covers an array of case studies on topics which are relevant to decision-making in areas of reproductive health. In attempting to resolve the dilemmas posed in the case studies, the author makes reference to ethical principles and legal consideration in a manner that conforms to Islamic understanding and values.
The launch of Shubnum Khan’s debut book, ‘Onion Tears’ was a heartfelt occasion for the author, her family and lecturers who reflected on the development of her writing skills amidst book signings and snacking on savouries.
Why do we need a book about Durban? Why do we need to capture the experiences of Durban’s people? We need such writings and their resonant power to reflect the kind of change we need today. (Re)searching Durban is a collection of articles that aims to do just this by stitching together the cultural, political and socio-economic fabric of Durban’s rich heritage, but in a more positive light. The articles are reflective of the positive voices in Durban through, for example, the areas of fashion, photography, artwork and homeopathy.