Investigative study on the commercialization of
Thursday, 20 Auguest 2015, the
CRL Rights Commission
launched an investigative study into the
commercialisation of religion.
"We are launching an investigative study on the
commercialisation of religion and the abuse of
people's belief systems in terms of when these
institutions are being run, how are they being run,
where is their funding going into, who collects how
much and what do they do with the money, where does
the money eventually go to, what are the governing
principles that are there," said chairperson Thoko
Tuesday, 26 May 2015, the
CRL Rights Commission launched its report entitled
"The re-use of graves by local government".
The Commission had undertook a study on the use and
re-use of graves after it received a number of
complaints from the public, particularly from the
eThekwini Metro Municipality area.
Albinism in South Africa
of Memorandum of Understanding between CRL Rights
Commission and Albinism Society of South Africa.
The Signing was done by the Chairperson of the
and the National Director of ASSA Ms
Undlunkulu Ma Mchiza
from the Zulu Royal House was in attendance