Prof. Hesselink’s article constitutes gratuitous hate speech against a religious minority not in any way involved in crimes committed by Christians!
The following represents available published news reports of witch-hunts in South Africa for the periods 2000 to 2019. * Reports covering the period 2006 to 2009 have not been included here. This content is regularly updated. Many more witchcraft accusations and witch-hunts remain
SAPRA submission on the South African Law Reform Commission Project 144, Single Marriage Statute, Issue Paper 35.
The South African Pagan Rights Alliance is deeply troubled by Pastor Mboro Motsoeneng’s public prejudicial incitement against witches and witchcraft. Timeslive reported on 5 June that Incredible Happenings Ministries’ Pastor Paseka Mboro Motsoeneng “intends on ending the ‘witches’ honeymoon” in SA by
Campaign against witchcraft accusations and witch-hunts in South Africa from 29 March to 7 April. Advocacy against human rights abuses committed as a result of accusations of witchcraft and violent witch-hunts.https://www.paganrightsalliance.org/advocacy/ Remember their namesVictims of witch-hunts in South Africa 2000 to 2018.https://www.paganrightsalliance.org/remember-their-names/
Download a copy of the Pagan Conference on Religion and Regulation hosted by SAPRA and the South African Pagan Council on Human Rights Day 21 March 2019.
The South African Pagan Rights Alliance has lodged the following complaint against the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities, with the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs. – The Honourable Mr