SANHASouth African National Halaal Authority
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The need for SANHA also arose due to the existence of several regional un-coordinated bodies, a lack of uniform religious standards, inadequate systems and monitoring programmes, and an absence of halal import controls.
Similarly, SANHA identified breads that were being made in cooking pans lined with lard, or pig fat, which Muslims should not wittingly consume.
In a decade and a half, SANHA has gone on to assist countries like Zambia, Namibia, Botswana and Mozambique in setting up halal certification.