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  • High court rules corporal punishment in home illegal

    Oct 20, 2017 13:33

    High court rules corporal punishment in home illegal

    Originally published in Mail & Guardian As of Thursday morning, the “reasonable chastisement” of a child by a parent is no longer a valid shield against a charge of common assault. Instead, any parent who hits a child faces the […]

     
  • SA churches in united stand in parliament against religious licensing

    Oct 19, 2017 17:49

    SA churches in united stand in parliament against religious licensing

    Recent claims made to parliament by the CRL Rights Commission that it has wide support in the faith community for its proposals for the compulsory licensing of religious practitioners and organisations were contradicted by major church groups who participated in […]

     
  • Clearing out hospital wards in India

    Oct 19, 2017 15:45

    Clearing out hospital wards in India

    Special report for Gateway News by Carina Reed on an adventure with the Holy Spirit during her most recent mission trip to India My past trip to India was met with increased authority from God. On previous trips, my street […]

     
  • Investigation into effects of pornography needed — ACDP

    Oct 19, 2017 13:47

    Investigation into effects of pornography needed — ACDP

    There was a need for a credible and thorough investigation into the effects of pornography in South Africa, ACDP MP Cheryllyn Dudley said in parliament this week. She warned that parts of government policy in the Film and Publications Amendment Bill before […]

     
  • Stellenbosch getting ready for a ‘Gathering’ of note

    Oct 12, 2017 17:29

    Stellenbosch getting ready for a ‘Gathering’ of note

    For two days in early November there is going to be a gathering of note in Stellenbosch with a remarkable lineup of quality international and South Africa Christian music artists and charismatic US-based evangelist Todd White. The event is called […]

     
  • Church groups urged to challenge ‘untrue’ claims of CRL commission

    Oct 11, 2017 17:45

    Church groups urged to challenge ‘untrue’ claims of CRL commission

    Freedom of Religion SA has issued an urgent call to church groups to challenge “completely untrue and grossly misleading” claims by the CRL Rights Commission that over 45 million Christians support its recommendations for the compulsory licensing of religion. In […]

     
 
 
 
 
 

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