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.

Ramaphosa has turned his back on South Africa’s citizens – IRR

5 May 2021 - President Cyril Ramaphosa’s defence of the ANC government’s cadre deployment policy – which has hollowed out public institutions and left millions of South Africans at the mercy of corruption, mismanagement and ineptitude – demonstrates his loyalty to party cadres at the expense of ordinary citizens.

Is RSA outdoing the USA on race relations? - Politicsweb

3 May 2021 - After the guilty verdict last month, Joe Biden said of the murder of George Floyd that it revealed “the systemic racism that is a stain on our nation’s soul”. That is not much of an advertisement for all his party’s predecessors in the White House, or for the Democrats when they controlled congress, held state governorships, occupied mayors’ offices, packed Washington with liberal bureaucrats, and appointed judges and police chiefs up and down the country.

Justice without fear or favour prevails – IRR

30 April 2021 - The IRR was alarmed at the blinding pace with which Mpumalanga politicians and national opinion-makers drew the conclusion that four white farmers were guilty of murdering two innocent black work-seekers on a farm in Eastern Mpumalanga before ascertaining even the most basic facts. Despite the climate of bias against the farmers, and later a farm worker too, the Mkhondo Magistrate’s Court presided over the bail hearing without fear or favour, and granted bail.

Letter: Mass taking of land may well lead to custodianship - Businesslive

29 April 2021 - Ann Bernstein of the Centre for Development and Enterprise disputes the validity of the concerns the Institute of Race Relations has raised regarding the Expropriation Bill and the prospects of a custodial taking of land (“Custodianship of land is not on the table”, April 25). We welcome the engagement.

Silence from Presidency reflects contempt for citizens – IRR

25 April 2021 - Despite promising a reply within 14 days, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office has contemptuously disregarded a memorandum delivered by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) on 3 March calling the government to account for the widespread and continuing abuses which afflict citizens daily, undermining their prospects of living better lives and robbing them of hope for the future.

Expropriation Bill is about far more than implementation - Businesslive

22 April 2021 - The Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) has an enviable record of policy analysis. While we at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) may have differences with its positions from time to time, SA would be a better and more prosperous place if its work had a greater influence on policy.

Racial hatred in Piet Retief - Politicsweb

20 April 2021 - There are two versions of how Zenzele and Mgcini Coka died on 9 April, but there was only one crowd outside the bail hearings of those the state has accused of the crime. The ANC and EFF demonstrations looked separate, but only for about ten minutes; they merged after the slogan ‘down with the farmer’ went through a few loud speakers.

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