National Curriculum not Binding on Private Education
March 25, 2011: Judge Cynthia Pretorius confirmed in the Pretoria High Court today that the state curriculum is not binding on independent schools and parents who educate their children at home.
Curriculum Mandate for Homeschoolers
South African homeschool leaders express outrage over the government's plan to mandate one curriculum for all schools, including homeschools. This article, from a prominent South African newspaper features interviews with the leaders of the Pestalozzi Trust Legal Defense Fund, a group that works closely with HSLDA to protect homeschool freedoms in South Africa.
South Africa Minister Of Education Attempts to Stop Religious Teaching in Homeschools
Hundreds of thousands of South Africans find the requirement for religion education from a "neutral" perspective to be tantamount to blasphemy.
South African Homeschoolers Concerned About Religious Persecution
In a speech to the National Association of Professional Teachers Organisations of South Africa, Education Minister Kader Asmal accuses Christians of intolerance.
A Critique on South Africa's New National Curriculum Proposal (Fed 2002)
Home School Freedom Threatened in South Africa (Jan 1999)
Home Schooling in South Africa (Oct 1997)
South Africa: The Struggle for the Freedom to Home School (May 1997)