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Our own writing in the media

Every year our analysts and policy experts, in promoting new ideas and policies, contribute a wide range of articles to newspapers across South Africa.

Empty promises make it harder for the state to destroy jobs - Business Day, 8th November 2010.

John Kane-Berman argues that the Government's new plan to create five million new jobs over a ten year period is nothing new, neither of which is the widespread criticism that has met it.

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Efforts to stop racial fronting likely to be futile once again - Business Day, 22nd November 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that racial fronting in companies is likely to continue despite the Government's efforts to stop it.

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Efforts to stop racial fronting likely to futile once again - Business Day, 22nd November 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that stopping racial fronting in companies is likely to be futile, just as it was when it occurred during apartheid.

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Empty promises make it harder for the state to destroy jobs - Business Day, 8th November 2010.

John Kane-Berman argues that very few believe in the Government's latest promise to create five million new jobs in the next ten years.

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White farmers being set up as the new land reform scapegoats - Business Day, 25th October 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that the green paper on land reform drafted by the Department of Rural Development on Land Reform only gives a small inkling on what is truly in store due to the lack of reference to black economic empowerment (BEE).

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ANC has blundered when even the Swedes become critical of it - Business Day, 27th September 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argued that the South African Government has scored two own goals in its administration of the coutry. These blunders by the ANC have made even Sweden, a generous donor to the ANC during its struggle for power, voice disappointment in the ruling party.

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ANC betrays a priceless heritage - Business Day 29th March 2010

John Kane-Berman wrote in Business Day : "Talk of nationalisation masks decay of our real national assets"

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While the bread lasts we should sit back and enjoy ANC circus. - Business Day 15th March 2010

BUSINESS Day hit the nail on the head last Thursday (March 11) when commenting on Winnie Madikizela- Mandela’s latest foray into public consciousness. “It’s enormous fun to watch the ANC (African National Congress) tie itself up in knots as it tries, for the millionth time, to extract itself from another gigantic political excess.”

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Little value for money in government spending - Business Day 18th February 2010

Deservedly, Pravin Gordhan’s budget has been widely praised. But a fundamental question arises: does the country get value for money from a government which appropriates an increasing slice of GDP? Here is what John Kane-Berman wrote in today's edition of Business Day:

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Needed: another De Klerk - Business Day 15th February 2010

John Kane-Berman has resumed his column in Business Day. The edition of 15th February 2010 the follows below:

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Empty promises make it harder for the state to destroy jobs - Business Day, 8th November 2010.

John Kane-Berman argues that the Government's new plan to create five million new jobs over a ten year period is nothing new, neither of which is the widespread criticism that has met it.

Read More…

Efforts to stop racial fronting likely to be futile once again - Business Day, 22nd November 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that racial fronting in companies is likely to continue despite the Government's efforts to stop it.

Read More…

Efforts to stop racial fronting likely to futile once again - Business Day, 22nd November 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that stopping racial fronting in companies is likely to be futile, just as it was when it occurred during apartheid.

Read More…

Empty promises make it harder for the state to destroy jobs - Business Day, 8th November 2010.

John Kane-Berman argues that very few believe in the Government's latest promise to create five million new jobs in the next ten years.

Read More…

White farmers being set up as the new land reform scapegoats - Business Day, 25th October 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argues that the green paper on land reform drafted by the Department of Rural Development on Land Reform only gives a small inkling on what is truly in store due to the lack of reference to black economic empowerment (BEE).

Read More…

ANC has blundered when even the Swedes become critical of it - Business Day, 27th September 2010.

In his fortnightly column in Business Day, John Kane-Berman argued that the South African Government has scored two own goals in its administration of the coutry. These blunders by the ANC have made even Sweden, a generous donor to the ANC during its struggle for power, voice disappointment in the ruling party.

Read More…

ANC betrays a priceless heritage - Business Day 29th March 2010

John Kane-Berman wrote in Business Day : "Talk of nationalisation masks decay of our real national assets"

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While the bread lasts we should sit back and enjoy ANC circus. - Business Day 15th March 2010

BUSINESS Day hit the nail on the head last Thursday (March 11) when commenting on Winnie Madikizela- Mandela’s latest foray into public consciousness. “It’s enormous fun to watch the ANC (African National Congress) tie itself up in knots as it tries, for the millionth time, to extract itself from another gigantic political excess.”

Read More…

Little value for money in government spending - Business Day 18th February 2010

Deservedly, Pravin Gordhan’s budget has been widely praised. But a fundamental question arises: does the country get value for money from a government which appropriates an increasing slice of GDP? Here is what John Kane-Berman wrote in today's edition of Business Day:

Read More…

Needed: another De Klerk - Business Day 15th February 2010

John Kane-Berman has resumed his column in Business Day. The edition of 15th February 2010 the follows below:

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