This book presents a case study related to public ritual slaughter and how it has resulted in animosity and polarisation between black and white South Africans. Black people are not happy about policies regulating public ritual slaughter and believe that they entail violation of their rights. In contrast, white people feel that the government is not protecting them from health hazards caused by black people. The book also conducts a comparative analysis of the thesis recommendations against the 2009 Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities remedial strategy aimed at lessening the value conflicts. The intended readership includes: administrators, policy makers, politicians, traditional leaders, teachers and interested members of the public.