Tag: discrimination

Potentially dangerous case for faith-based independent schools — Adv Nadene Badenhorst

A potentially dangerous case that could have major ramifications for all faith-based independent schools (whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, etc.) has been instituted in the Equality Court of the Johannesburg High Court. The case concerns Christian Life Private School, an independent school subscribing to Christian beliefs and values in Johannesburg. The […]

Wedding venue discrimination case could set bar for freedom of conscience in SA

The SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on Monday, launched an unfair discrimination application in the Equality Court against Western Cape wedding venue Beloftebos which has been in the news for refusing, on the grounds of conscience and religious belief, to host same-sex weddings. The media, apparently, were provided with the […]

The actual war on Egypt’s Christians

Copts are under attack. Originally published in The Atlantic Little could dampen the enthusiasm of 13-year-old Tony Atef as he wore his soccer outfit and headed to Egypt’s most successful club, Al Ahly, to partake in the team’s junior soccer try outs. After Tony scored two goals, a coach approached […]

London: Nursery worker who was fired because of Christian beliefs wins lawsuit

Originally published in Truth Revolt A nursery worker from West London has won an anti-discrimination suit against her former employer after having been fired for expressing her beliefs on homosexuality to a fellow lesbian co-worker. While working at Newpark Childcare in Shepherd’s Bush, Sarah Mbuyi, 31, had been asked by one […]