Religious rights commission condemns Mthatha pastor's behaviour

File: Head of the CRL Rights Commission, Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva. The commission is urging people who feel their rights and beliefs have been violated to come forward. Photo: Werner Beukes/SAPA

JOHANNESBURG – The CRL Rights Commission urged people who feel their rights and beliefs have been violated to come forward saying no one should be subjected to conditions that are detrimental to their health.

The commission condemned the behaviour of a pastor who allegedly gave his congregation a mysterious oil to drink.

READ: Doom prophet: CRL urges churchgoers to come forward

More than 20 people collapsed after consuming the unidentified liquid.

Meanwhile, a Limpopo Pastor is under fire for reportedly making his church members drink Dettol.

The commission is investigating the commercialisation of religion in the country and is calling on religious leaders to give their input.

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