Tag: freedom of speech

Christian leaders speak out against victimisation of “expelled” UCT student leader

Call for protection of religious freedom Christian leaders in Cape Town today expressed deep concern at the “unacceptable level of vitriol and animosity” levelled against University of Cape Town SRC Vice President, Zizipho Pae who was “expelled” from the SRC on Tuesday (July 21, 2015) in a reportedly chaotic and […]

UCT student leader victimised over Christian viewpoint on same-sex marriage

A University of Cape Town student leader, Zizipho Pae, has been suspended from the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) and subjected to abuse and intimidation for expressing an opinion on her personal Facebook page that the legalisation of same-sex marriage in the United States amounts to legalising sin. The African Christian […]

Freedom of speech lawsuit threatened over UK plan for independent schools

Originally published in Christian Today The Christian Institute has condemned the United Kingdom government’s latest plans for independent schools, saying they will curtail freedom of speech. Under new guidelines, teachers working in independent schools – including Christian schools and academies – will have to actively promote ‘rights’ in every subject. […]