Masjid al-Jamia
Stegman Rd, Southern Suburbs, Cape Town, Western Cape 7708
5.0/5.0
1 review

Literally on the other side of the tracks from the Main Road Mosque, Masjid al-Jamia (or Stegman Rd. Mosque) dates back to the early 1900's. Like the Main Road mosque, it survived the ravages of the Aparteid regime and continues to provide a great service to the people in this part of Cape Town. This mosque is quite active in the community, providing services to ranging from classes for converts who are xhosa and non-xhosa speakers to ladies and youth groups. The Imam is Sheikh Riad, a South African revert (convert).   Last updated 3 years ago

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Brampton, ON
 
★★★★★  I go to al-Jamia (stegman road) whenever I'm in Cape Town. It has a different (but not 'better') feel than the Main Road mosque. It's larger and less clostrophobic. The Imam gives his speachs without the aid of a script. It is somewhat hard to get to if you are not from the area. Getting there from the Main Road entails either going through an underpass near the train station (locals advise against this as the underpass is a favorite mugging area) or up Protea Road and through a maze of streets before reaching Stegman Road. Ask local for directions.
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