The oath

The oath

The oath has always been a thorn in the flesh of unbelievers of all stripes. In it a person calls upon God to guarantee his honesty in giving evidence in court or his reliability in performing his official duties. There may be other uses to which the oath may also be...
Unbelief in South Africa

Unbelief in South Africa

Unbelief in South Africa by Christo Roberts | Oct 27, 2017 Unlike countries such as Britain and the United States where organised opposition to religion has long been the norm and a colourful history of unbelief exists, South Africa has only recently, particularly...

Call for Volunteers

The South African Secular Society has gone from being just a few non-believers planning an organisation to a thriving, but small operation that engages with media, the public and non-religious people and groups around South Africa. At the moment our leadership team is...
The dangers of mixing religion and politics

The dangers of mixing religion and politics

The dangers of mixing religion and politics by Marcel Kooiman | April 10, 2017 “When religion and politics travel in the same cart, the riders believe nothing can stand in their way. Their movements become headlong – faster and faster and faster. They put aside all...