Since I'm mostly out of the loop on this one, I can't yet confirm whether they are now a national body, or only exist as state and higher-learning institution level student associations. So, I googled it, and it seems that the latter is true.
I found that the Kelantan branch claims to have been set up here http://schkelantan.blogspot.com/ and their upcoming activity includes an initiation.
The Selangor branch in Serdang, which together with UPM is a traditional stronghold of Tuan Guru Md Radzi also appears active, having held a membership drive and Majlis Potong on the 20th of December. See here: http://sf2721.blogspot.com/2008/12/pengambilan-ahli-baru-silat-cekak.htmlIn University Malaya, the association recently held a demonstration under the new name, but with the Persatuan Seni Silat Silat Cekak Ustaz Hanafi Malaysia (PSSCUHM) uniforms (although the video I've included here doesn't allow a detailed look to see if there are any changes made).
At the national level, however, the organisation has made a lot of progress, as they held their annual Hari Tenaga Pengajar at Dewan DBKL on the traditional date of 1 Muharram, falling this year on 29th December 2008.
Additionally, it seems the younger-minded movement of Silat Cekak Pusaka Hanafi has more energy and direction than its predecessor. Thus, I wasn't surprised to find this blurb on the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre website on their latest event, the KLPAC Open Day:
Julian Mokhtar, Azmyl Yunor, Young KL Singers, KL Children's Choir, bellydancers from Sirocco Secret Dance, Kayla Maxey of Flamenco Malaysia, klpac sinfonietta, Indian Cultural Drum Group (Sentul & Jln Ipoh), Persatuan Silat Cekak Pusaka Hanafi and heaps more"
If ever anyone questioned whether the group that split off from PSSCUHM could get back on their feet, it looks like 2009 will be their answer.