Faith Leaders lament the student fee crisis engulfing the country


WCRLF Chairperson, Pastor Xola Skosana joins Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and faith leaders from diverse religions to address the student fees crisis at Wits University. See faith leaders’ statement below: We the Church leaders of South Africa lament the student fee crisis engulfing the country. We declare this a national crisis. We lament that we have not discerned the signs of […]

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Democracy, Rights, Values & Freedom


  Through the Democracy, Rights, Values & Freedom Programme, WCRLF are involved in a wide range of projects, including:     ECCOC – Electoral Code of Conduct Observer Commission Values Threshold partner with Konrad Adenauer and Stiftung Charter of Religious Rights Church Led Restitution Response to Xenophobic Violence – Coordination/mediation Provincial Safety Forum Tibet Baha’i Persecution International Religious Liberty UNODC […]

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Family & Community Restoration

Partnering with UNODC in the campaign against human trafficking

  Through the Family & Community Restoration Programme, and in partnership with the South African Faith & Family Institute (SAFFI), WCRLF are active in the following areas:       Substance Abuse, in partnership with the Department of Social Development Liquor Bill Intersex Children Human Trafficking Education Violence Against Women Men’s work – approach by Champions for Charity Prostitution Gender […]

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Social Justice


The process of community development and service delivery is beleaguered by the scourge of corruption-the effects of which impact fatefully on the lives of the poor. Religious Leaders who speak from a moral perspective are passionate about restoring a culture of honesty, accountability and integrity in our society. The Anti-Corruption Campaign being led by the WCRLF, in partnership with the […]

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