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 – Various Religious Freedom Matters Discussion – 22 November 2022
FOR SA – New SOGI Material & Parental Rights Discussion – 16 November 2022
FOR SA – Terrorist and Related Activities Bill Update – 16 November 2022
14 November 2022 In this interview, FOR SA's Daniela Ellerbeck and Radio Pulpit's Mark Penrith talks about the Hate Speech Bill after recent meetings in Parliament on 4 and 8 November 2022.
[Audio] Link FM interview with Michael Swain discussing the Terrorist and Related Activities Bill and why you should be concerned
18 October 2022 In this interview, Michael Swain shares with Link FM's Titch Wild his concerns on the Terrorist and Related Activities Bill
FOR SA expressed concern regarding remarks made by the Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motsoaledi, when he appeared before Parliament on Tuesday, 13 September 2022 in the context of the investigation into Shepherd Bushiri and Timothy Omotoso. We were concerned...