We all have the right to our personal beliefs


There is a chapter in the constitution of the Republic of SA which details the rights of all South Africans —  chapter two, also known as the Bill of Rights.

This bill spells out our rights — be it freedom of religion, beliefs and opinion to freedom of expression and association...

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