This is a man who praised the Orlando shootings as it means they are now ‘less pedophiles in the world’
Homophobic American pastor Steven Anderson will not be allowed to enter South Africa.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said the preacher, who goes on rants about the ‘evils’ of homosexuality in his sermons, would not be allowed a visa.
‘Mr Steven Anderson and members and/or associates of his church are prohibited from entering the Republic of South Africa,’ Gigaba said.
‘This prohibition will be implemented in terms of section 29(1)(d) of the Immigration Act. This section affords the department the legal means to prohibit a foreigner who is a “member of or adherent to an association or organization advocating the practice racial hatred or social violence.”
He added: ‘I have informed the DG that I have informed Steven Anderson and members and/or associates of his church as undesirable persons. Undesirable persons are barred from traveling to South Africa for periods determined by the department.’
A petition of over 60,000 signatures called on South Africa to ban Anderson entry to the country.
‘People like Desmond Tutu go parading around and talk about their pro-homosexual beliefs but they did not get that from the Bible and any Bible believing Christian will know that,’ Anderson has previously said.
‘The religious leaders are a bunch of perverts themselves like that Desmond Tutu who goes around in a pink dress.’
Anderson has previously called for God to rip out Caitlyn Jenner’s heart and for the mass execution of gay people to create an AIDS-free world.
He also praised the Orlando mass shooting, saying he was happy there are now ’50 less pedophiles in the world.’