FOR SA Defends Parental and Religious Rights in the Concourt

FOR SA Defends Parental and Religious Rights in the Concourt

On Thursday, 29 November, Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) appeared in the Constitutional Court to defend the rights of parents to raise their children in accordance with their moral or religious convictions. In particular, FOR SA asked the Court not to criminalise well-meaning parents who love their children and only want to do what is best for them, including reasonably and moderately chastising them at times when necessary, always in love.

GUEST ARTICLE: Land Expropriation – What Do We Do About Land?

In this guest article, Adv Mike Pothier of the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office asks the following question: “Given that we have at least two very stubborn sets of protagonists – the ‘don’t you dare touch my land’ brigade, and the ‘give it all back right now’ brigade – what should thinking people do? How should people of faith be approaching the problem?”

CRL Pressing Forward on Regulation of Religion

By Michael Swain, Executive Director of FOR SA Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) and the South African Council for Religious Rights and Freedoms (SACRRF) were invited to a meeting with the CRL Rights Commission (CRL) at the end of August 2018.  We were given...