WHO WE ARE
FOR SA is a non-profit, legal advocacy organisation dedicated
to upholding the rights to religious freedom
About FOR SA
Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) is a non-profit, legal advocacy organisation dedicated to upholding the rights to religious freedom conferred by the South African Constitution, including parental rights and the autonomy of religious organisations to determine their own doctrines and regulate their own internal affairs free from interference by the State or anyone else.
We have a single-minded and unwavering commitment to ensure that we continue to live in a nation where all people remain free to celebrate, speak about and live out their religious convictions, beliefs and opinions.
Latest videos & articles
FOR SA – Anti-Money Laundering Act – 31 January 2023
FOR SA – Hate Speech Bill Update – 31 January 2023
FOR SA – Hate Speech Bill Update – 01 February 2023
[Audio] Radio Pulpit’s Mark Penrith and FOR SA’s Daniela Ellerbeck talks about the proposed Prostitution Bill
27 January 2023 In this interview, FOR SA's Daniela Ellerbeck and Radio Pulpit's Mark Penrith talks about the proposed Prostitution Bill which closes for public comments on Tuesday, 31 January 2023.
The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Bill was published for public comment on 9 December 2022. The Bill is known as the “Prostitution Bill” and proposes to amend South African law to fully decriminalise the system of prostitution....
Introduction: After a brief but intense Parliamentary process, President Ramaphosa signed the General Laws (Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorism Financing) Amendment Bill (the “Anti-Money Laundering Bill”) into law on 21 December 2022. The initial...