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Every week we reach hundreds of thousands of people through placing arguments in the media in support of the principles we stand for. No other advocacy group in the country does as much as we do to promote support for policies that defend your right, and that of your community, to make decisions about your own life free from counter-productive government interference.

Only the suffering of ‘big people’ matters - Biznews

28 November 2022 - Janusz Walus, who in 1993 assassinated Chris Hani, the Communist Party leader, will be released on parole. This was the decision of the Constitutional Court last week. The decision has caused outrage in many quarters. Limpho Hani, Hani’s widow, called it “diabolical”. It has stirred up old controversies about the strange circumstances surrounding the assassination. More important, it has reawakened deep and disturbing moral questions about our reactions to the cold-blooded murder of different types of people.

SAA’s future up in the air - Biznews

24 November 2022 - About 18 months ago the word from the government was that the future of South African Airways (SAA), the bankrupt state-owned airline, was all solved.

IRR seeks guidance on SCA ruling on Zuma

21 November 2022 - The IRR is exploring legal avenues in light of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruling on ex-President Jacob Zuma's unlawful release on medical parole.

Letter: ActionSA's Michelle Wasserman is wrong about IRR - News24

19 November 2022 - Recently ActionSA's Western Cape Provincial Chairperson, Michelle Wasserman, was given a right of reply by News24 to an article by Nicholas Woode-Smith in which he questioned what the growth of ActionSA could mean for the DA in the Western Cape.

An alternative, pessimistic view of Bitcoin - Biznews

16 November 2022 - Manias, panics, and near crashes have plagued the cryptocurrency market. After the collapse last week of FTX, other exchanges which buy and sell digital assets are frantically trying to offer reassurance to their clients.

Land Court Bill threatens property rights, IRR warns NCOP

16 November 2022 - Economic freedom indices consistently show that countries that respect property rights experience less poverty, lower infant mortality, higher life expectancy, more gender equality, and higher levels of happiness.

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