This is an authoritative and widely endorsed document explaining in full the meaning of the right to freedom of religion and belief that is guaranteed in section 15 of the South African Constitution.
ACSI strives to equip and develop Christian teachers through training while helping them to implement the foundations of Christian education. This includes biblical worldview, biblical integration, and spiritual formation.
The type of legal entity the church or religious organisation chooses is important because it determines who will be able to conclude contracts on behalf of the organisation, and who will be liable on behalf of the organisation.
ACRP is a professional body for people serving in the field of religious and ministry profession. This professional body functions in the structure of different professional councils.
If a church operates in South Africa, it has to pay taxes to the South African Revenue Service (SARS). Similarly, everyone who earns an income from a South African source (i.e. a church in SA) will also have to pay tax to SARS.
The Code of Conduct for Religions appearing below is the response of the South African Council for Religious Rights and Freedoms (CRRF) to the alleged abuses in certain religious communities uncovered over the last few years.