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.
Now in the spotlight: videos & articles
Beloftebos – “It’s about freedom” | FOR SA
FOR SA highlights potential threat to rights of religious marriage officers – 11 March 2021
FOR SA highlights proposed amendments to the Equality Act – 13 April 2021
In this interview, LinkFM’s Titch Wild talks to FOR SA’s Michael Swain about the ramifications for our nation – and specifically the religious sector – should the proposed amendments to the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act (the Equality Act) become law.
[Audio] Radio Tygerberg Onderhoud: FOR SA skryf aan die Minister van Basiese Onderwys – vra dat skole weer kerk byeenkomste toelaat.
Radio Tygerberg se Almarie du Preez gesels met FOR SA se Daniela Ellerbeck oor die brief wat FOR SA onlangs aan die Minister van Basiese Onderwys, mev. Motshekga, geskryf het om te vra dat skole weer kerk byeenkomste toelaat.
[Audio] Kingfisher Interview: FOR SA talks about the severe threat posed to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and opinion by the PEPUDA Amendment Bill and other issues at hand.
In this interview, Michael Swain speaks about the latest position of FOR SA’s approaches to Government to ease further the current Lockdown regulations on religious gatherings, FOR SA’s appeal to the Department of Basic Education to allow school premises to be...