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Contact: Judith Griessel

Position: Director

+27 82 928 2990

Griessel Consulting is a legal and labour law consultancy that provides businesses, organisations, and the Independent Education sector with legal and employment advice. The Directors of Griessel Consulting are admitted advocates to the High Court of South Africa and have a combined experience of 43 years in the corporate and business environments. Litigation skills have been honed by serving as prosecutors and then as magistrates before moving into the private sector, and further by representing employers at the CCMA.

Contact Person: Judith Griessel

+27 82 928 2990

Griessel Consulting is a legal and labour law consultancy that provides businesses, organisations, and the Independent Education sector with legal and employment advice. The Directors of Griessel Consulting are admitted advocates to the High Court of South Africa and have a combined experience of 43 years in the corporate and business environments. Litigation skills have been honed by serving as prosecutors and then as magistrates before moving into the private sector, and further by representing employers at the CCMA.

Contact Person: Judith Griessel

Position: Director

+27 82 928 2990

info@griesselconsulting.co.za

www.griesselconsulting.co.za

Griessel Consulting is a legal and labour law consultancy that provides businesses, organisations, and the Independent Education sector with legal and employment advice. The Directors of Griessel Consulting are admitted advocates to the High Court of South Africa and have a combined experience of 43 years in the corporate and business environments. Litigation skills have been honed by serving as prosecutors and then as magistrates before moving into the private sector, and further by representing employers at the CCMA.

Contact: Michael Swain

Position: Executive Director

+27 21 556 5502

FOR SA (Freedom of Religion South Africa) is a legal advocacy organisation working to protect and promote the constitutional right to religious freedom in South Africa. We do this by engaging with government on policies, and making submissions to Parliament on draft legislation, that may negatively impact on religious freedom. We also appear – as a “friend of the court” or principal party – before government commissions and the Courts (including the Constitutional Court) in cases affecting religious freedom. Increasingly, laws are proposed that make the State rather than the Bible the highest authority on what Christians should believe, and how they should act according to those beliefs. Many of these laws subscribe to a secular liberalist world-view and as such, are in direct conflict with Christian and family value.
FOR SA (Freedom of Religion South Africa) is a legal advocacy organisation working to protect and promote the constitutional right to religious freedom in South Africa. We do this by engaging with government on policies, and making submissions to Parliament on draft legislation, that may negatively impact on religious freedom. We also appear – as a “friend of the court” or principal party – before government commissions and the Courts (including the Constitutional Court) in cases affecting religious freedom. Increasingly, laws are proposed that make the State rather than the Bible the highest authority on what Christians should believe, and how they should act according to those beliefs. Many of these laws subscribe to a secular liberalist world-view and as such, are in direct conflict with Christian and family value.

Contact Person: Michael Swain

Position: Executive Director

+27 21 556 5502

info@forsa.org.za

www.forsa.org.za

FOR SA (Freedom of Religion South Africa) is a legal advocacy organisation working to protect and promote the constitutional right to religious freedom in South Africa. We do this by engaging with government on policies, and making submissions to Parliament on draft legislation, that may negatively impact on religious freedom. We also appear – as a “friend of the court” or principal party – before government commissions and the Courts (including the Constitutional Court) in cases affecting religious freedom. Increasingly, laws are proposed that make the State rather than the Bible the highest authority on what Christians should believe, and how they should act according to those beliefs. Many of these laws subscribe to a secular liberalist world-view and as such, are in direct conflict with Christian and family value.