Religious organisations accuse Motshekga of bullying

Originally published in Natal Mercury Religious organisations have accused Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga of bullying after she threatened teachers with disciplinary action for refusing to teach Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE). The president of the SA Hindu Maha Sabha, Ashwin Trikamjee, said his opinion had not changed since the proposal […]

UK Christian, faith leaders urge government to postpone relationships and sex education plans

Dozens of United Kingdom faith leaders have signed an open letter urging the government to rethink its Relationships and Sex Education plans. The letter, published in the Church of England Newspaper today, argues that the planned rollout of the new compulsory RSE curriculum in September 2020 should be delayed in […]

Prayer webinar on Thursday against CSE, for godly solutions

South African Christians are invited to join a strategic, live prayer webinar at 8.30pm tomorrow (Thursday November 28) to resist the implementation of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in schools and to release Heaven’s education system in SA. Missed the webinar? Click here for a replay The online prayer event, which […]

Critics of CSE reject DBE’s ‘fake news’ claims, call for wider consultation

Organisations critical of the Department of Basic Education’s handling of Comprehensive Sexuality Education stood their ground this week in the face of DBE statements accusing critics of spreading fake news and causing confusion and anxiety about CSE. Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) dismissed as “utter nonsense” DBE claims […]

FOR SA refutes ‘false statements’ by DBE, continues to call for parents to have say on sex education

Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA) which has been at the forefront of calls for greater consultation about proposed new Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) lesson plans for public schools today dismissed as “utter nonsense” statements by the Department of Basic Education and in certain media reports, saying that it […]

Motshekga statement arrogant, insulting to parents — Meshoe

Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga’s statement that parents can conditionally opt out of the new Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)  curriculum is “laced with arrogance and is deceitful, disrespectful and insulting to parents”, says ACDP leader Rev Kenneth Meshoe. “For the Minister to say that parents have a choice to […]