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Unprecedented Response from The Faith Community Rejects The PEPUDA Amendment Bill

There has been unprecedented opposition from South Africa’s faith community to the highly controversial PEPUDA Amendment Bill. The Department of Justice had told Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) that they would consider all comments received until 30 June 2021. By the end of 30 June, the combined FOR SA and DearSA platform had logged nearly 90,000 submissions. Read …

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“Expropriation Without Compensation” and “Custodianship” –  Catchphrases that Threaten South Africa

A Call to Reject the Mutilation of Property Rights that Paves the Road to Socialism Homes, farms and factories could all be seriously threatened by proposed legislation that will seriously erode the property rights of all South Africans. The threat takes the form of an Amendment to the Property Section of the Constitution which will …

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Mainstreaming Satanism – Part of the “New Normal”?

Many South Africans are concerned and alarmed by the official registration of the First Satanic Church in South Africa. Indeed, those “on the watch” usually hear of such movements making headway in America, or at least “somewhere else, but not here.” Satanic activity is making great strides, particularly in the United States, with the erection of diabolical …

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The Great “Absents” in the Land Debate

A healthy, robust debate around the issue of land is clearly needed in South Africa today. Unfortunately, the nation finds itself right now in the midst of a persistent and belligerent invective against landownership. This threatens the future of the nation. The land reform offensive is led by Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and …

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Looking at South Africa’s “Zexit” Moment

South African wit is sometimes at its best during tragedies or when dark clouds abound, so it was that the wits had a field day during Jacob Zuma’s tenure and long-sought exit from the South African Presidency on 14 February 2018. Playing on the Portuguese Marxist revolutionary slogan “A luta continua” (The struggle continues), someone …

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