The CRL Rights Commission has recommended that all religious practitioners operating in South Africa either be registered or face prosecution.
The commission has released its report into the commercialisation of religion and abuse of belief systems.
Several pastors have made headlines in recent months for using dangerous methods, such as spraying doom on congregants.
The CRL Rights Commission says the religious sector must be regulated and operate within the law.
Chairwoman Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva said, “You will not be allowed to operate in this country unless we know where you are, what you are doing and who you are.”
She says umbrella organisations must also be established in order to monitor the conduct of religious leaders and institutions.
Pony-trekking in the Maluti mountains, 1958 - In April 1958 a group of pupils from our School, St Stithians College, went on a camp to Caledonspoort in the Eastern Free State. We were under the supervi...
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