Freedom of Religion, Belief, and Opinion
(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of conscience,
religion, thought, belief and opinion.
(2) Religious observances may be conducted at state or
state-aided institutions, provided that -
a. those observances follow rules made by the
appropriate public authorities;
b. they are conducted on an equitable basis; and
c. attendance at them is free and voluntary
a. This section does not prevent legislation
i. marriages concluded under any tradition, or a system
of religious, personal or family law; or
ii. systems of personal and family law under any
tradition, or adhered to by persons professing a particular religion.
b. Recognition in terms of paragraph (a) must be
consistent with this section and the other provisions of the Constitution.