We are not trying to regulate God � Batshu

The faithful: Some church leaders feel targeted by the new regulators
The faithful: Some church leaders feel targeted by the new regulators

Labour and Home Affairs Minister, Edwin Batshu says the proposed amendments to the Societies Act are not intended to regulate the work of God or spiritual matters as these are ‘beyond the law’.

Among the proposed changes is an increase in the number of people required to form and register a religious organisation from 10 to 250 members.

 In addition, the amendments will enable the minister to guide the operation of religious organisations, “as a way of ensuring peace and tranquillity within them”.

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