31 Oct Should religion in South Africa be regulated or not?

The CRL Rights Commission is a constitutional body established in terms of the South African Constitution of 1996. The Commission was established in order to protect and promote the cultural, religious and linguistic community rights. Its mandate is achievable through both proactive and reactive approach. The CRL Rights Commission is set out to build the nation by providing space for each of the cultural, religious and linguistic communities and to promote unity amongst diverse communities. But does this obligation include the regulation of churches and how can churches be regulated without infringing on people’s right to practice whatever religion they choose to?

To help us unpack the discussion for the day, we are joined by:

• Prof David Mosoma, is the Deputy Chairperson of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL) /

• Solomon Izang Ashoms - the facilitator of the False Prophets Must Fall march and journalist, (STUDIO GUEST
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