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Getting Your House In Order: Choosing the Right Legal Entity

By Adv Nadene Badenhorst, Legal Counsel of FOR SA By now it is old news that the CRL Rights Commission’s Final Report on the “Commercialisation” of Religion and Abuse of People’s Belief Systems highlighted certain problems in the religious sector including, in some...

Update On Recent or Current Religious Freedom Issues and Cases

By Adv Nadene Badenhorst, Legal Counsel of FOR SA *The cases and issues in which FOR SA is / has been involved, are marked with a star (*). POLICIES & BILLS Civil Union Amendment Bill* Section 6 of the Civil Union Act, 2006 gives marriage officers who are employed by...

When Ideologies Rule, Other Rights are Trampled

By Michael Swain, Executive Director of FOR SA The radical ideology that drives the transgenderism agenda is the idea that there are no objective truths and that our individual subjective preferences should be treated as absolute. Our mental or emotional realities...

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BREAKING NEWS: The Johannesburg High Court (sitting as the Equality Court) has just granted journalist Jon Qwelane leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein. The Court acknowledged that the matter involved “complex and controversial legal principles” - such as the Equality Act’s yardstick to determine hate speech – and that it was in the interests of justice that the uncertainty in the correct and proper interpretation of the "hate speech" clause in the Equality Act, be settled by the SCA. For this reason also, FOR SA welcomes the granting of leave to appeal. #religiousfreedom #FORSA #Qwelane #hatespeech ... See MoreSee Less

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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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