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FOR SA (Freedom of Religion South Africa) is a non-profit Christian organisation working to protect and promote religious freedom in South Africa, through creating awareness and influencing government and society regarding issues that affect our religious freedom. Read more…

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New Threat To Autonomy Of Churches In South Africa

A very important case is being heard in the Pretoria High Court on 21st August 2018 which could potentially have dire implications for the autonomy of the Church – and indeed the broader religious community - in South Africa.  Background to the Case This case is known...

Sacrificing Tolerance on the Altar of Diversity

By Daniela Ellerbeck, Legal Advisor for FOR SA I often ask myself if a day is coming when I will not be allowed to practise as an attorney anymore because of my Christian beliefs. When I read international decisions such as this month’s Trinity Western judgment by the...

Draft Code of Conduct for Religions in South Africa

The following draft Code of Conduct for Religions in South Africa (in Afrikaans, and English respectively) has been prepared and is being circulated by the SA Council for the Protection and Promotion of Religious Rights and Freedoms (SACRRF), who was also responsible...

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PROCESS FOR PARTICIPATION IN CONTROVERSIAL CHILDREN’S AMENDMENT BILL “FALLS WOEFULLY SHORT”

Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) has written to the Minister of Social Development to complain of the insufficient time and lack of information given by the Department to enable the public to participate and give input on the provisions in the Children’s Third Amendment Draft Bill (“the Bill”).

Section 8 of this Bill is highly controversial because it proposes the abolition of any form of corporal discipline in the home. It further proposes the removal of the historic common law defence of moderate and reasonable chastisement, which has protected parents from facing a charge of assault if they use any form of physical discipline in raising their children.

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Dr. Reuben van Rensburg states his concern for the state of the Church.

 

Richard Botha, Commissioner of the CRL speaks on standing up for your rights.

 

Michael Cassidy speaks on Freedom of Religion in South Africa and the threat being faced.

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