CRL Rights Commission Says It Is “willing to talk, but not willing to stop”

CRL Rights Commission Says It Is “willing to talk, but not willing to stop”

On Tuesday 17 November, Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA), along with leaders from various religions and faith communities, participated in a meeting convened by the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (“CRL Rights Commission”, a state institution established in terms of Chapter 9 of the Constitution) to discuss the Commission’s controversial investigation into the “commercialization” of religion and abuse of peoples’ belief systems.

Zizi’s Case – A Victory in so Many Ways!

In this clip, Andrew Selley (Founder & CEO of FOR SA) speaks about the great victory in the Zizipho Pae case in which FOR SA got involved. He explains that this is a victory not only for Zizi but for Christians and the Church in SA, and thanks everyone who has...

Zizipho Pae’s Case: A Victory in So Many Ways!

10 August 2015 On 2 August 2015, we received the good news that UCT Vice-Chancellor, Dr Max Price, has found the SRC’s decision to expel Zizipho Pae from the SRC “invalid” and ordered her reinstatement. This follows the Vice-Chancellor’s decision a week or so earlier,...

Current Concerns for Religious Freedom in SA

In this 15 minute interview, Andrew Selley (Founder & CEO of FOR SA) speaks to Gareth Burley of Kingfisher FM about the escalating threat to religious freedom in South Africa. Andrew explains how he got involved in religious freedom issues, and why he felt led to start Freedom of Religion South Africa.

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