Freedom of Religion is not Doctrinally Partisan

Freedom of Religion is not Doctrinally Partisan

By Michael Swain – Executive Director of FOR SA Many people think that freedom of religion means that they are entitled to hold a specific interpretation or doctrinal position and no one is entitled to discriminate against them in any way for holding this particular...

Zizi’s Case – A Victory in so Many Ways!

In this clip, Andrew Selley (Founder & CEO of FOR SA) speaks about the great victory in the Zizipho Pae case in which FOR SA got involved. He explains that this is a victory not only for Zizi but for Christians and the Church in SA, and thanks everyone who has...

Zizipho Pae’s Case: A Victory in So Many Ways!

10 August 2015 On 2 August 2015, we received the good news that UCT Vice-Chancellor, Dr Max Price, has found the SRC’s decision to expel Zizipho Pae from the SRC “invalid” and ordered her reinstatement. This follows the Vice-Chancellor’s decision a week or so earlier,...

SRC Press Release: Update on Mx Pae Matter

The following a press release by the UCT SRC: Wednesday 05 August 2015 The University of Cape Town Student Representative Council received communiqué from the Vice Chancellor, Dr Max Price, on Saturday 01 August 2015 informing us of the advice he received from members...