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 – Hate Speech Bill – OPEN FOR COMMENT until 1 October 2021
FOR SA – Lockdown Update – 15 September 2021
FOR SA – Results are in on PEPUDA Amendment Bill Submissions – 1 July 2021
In this interview FOR SA's Executive Director, Michael Swain, talks about the Hate Speech Bill which is open for public comment until Friday, 1 October 2021. TAKE ACTION:- Go to DearSA and send in a submission!
PARLIAMENT RE-OPENS “HATE SPEECH BILL” FOR COMMENT Parliament has re-opened the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill (“the Bill”) for public comment until Friday, 1 October 2021. The decision to re-open the Bill follows on...
FOR SA and the outstanding legal team that we have been working with have made a close examination of the Regulations and Directions promulgated by Government inasmuch as they affect the religious community in their “Places of Worship”. This FAQ document...