Halaal Standards

Muslim Supreme Council of South Africa (MUSCOOSA) 

Department of Halaal (DoHS) is managed with two partner Commissions 

1. South African Halaal Verification Council (SAHVECO)

2. South African Bureau of Halaal Standards (SABHS) 

Department of Halaal Muslim Supreme Council of South Africa is hereby delightfully announce South African Bureau of Halaal Standards (SABHS) responsible for Regulation of Halaal Agents (HA), Halaal Providers (HP), Halaal Inspectors (HI) and Halaal Consumers (HC), to ensure effective Halaal services and products for consumer Protection in accordance with 77,78 Consumer protection Act 68 of 2008 , chapter 2 section 3 Non-Profit Organization Act 1997, chapter 2 section 15 bills of rights, objective (m) of the memorandum of Incorporation of Muslim Supreme Council of South Africa (MUSCOOSA) Registration No. K2015/22144/08 NPC and Registration No. 156-989 NPO.


Consumer Protection Act 68, of 2008, object, in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa:

To promote a fair, accessible and sustainable marketplace for consumer products
and services and for that purpose to establish national norms and standards
relating to consumer protection, to provide for improved standards of consumer
information, to prohibit certain unfair marketing and business practices, to
promote responsible consumer behaviour, to promote a consistent legislative and
enforcement framework relating to consumer transactions and agreements, to
establish the National Consumer Commission, to repeal sections 2 to 13 and
sections 16 to 17 of the Merchandise Marks Act, 1941 (Act No. 17 of 1941), the
Business NamesAct, 1960 (Act No. 27 of 1960), the Price Control Act, 1964 (Act No.
25 of 1964), the Sales and Service Matters Act, 1964 (Act No. 25 of 1964), the Trade
Practices Act, 1976 (Act No. 76 of 1976), the Consumer Affairs (Unfair Business
Practices) Act, 1988 (Act No. 71 of 1988), and to make consequential amendments
to various other Acts; and to provide for related incidental matters.