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.

Covid-19 verander SAL-prentjie drasties - Maroela Media

1 April 2020 - Regeringsbesluite met betrekking tot die Suid-Afrikaans Lugdiens (SAL) kan ’n goeie aanwyser wees van sy reaksie teenoor die dubbeldoorkrisis van die Covid-19-pandemie en die nasionale skuldvalstrik wat die verwagte ekonomiese inkrimping oor die komende jaar grotendeels sal definieer.

Small Business and Race in a Time of Plague - Rational Standard

1 April 2020 - Epidemics are great levellers in that the highest and the lowest are equally vulnerable and every single member of society faces terrible personal danger. Unfortunately, in the Alice-in-Wonderland world that is South African small business policy, it is entirely plausible that assistance will be race-based.

Letter: Downgrade was inevitable, even without Covid-19 - Businesslive

31 March 2020 - SA’s downgrade by Moody’s Investors Service reminds us that the Covid-19 crisis is not the only dread threat that confronts the country. The loss of our last investment-grade rating was probably inevitable, even without a public health emergency, and the factors that have brought it about will remain with us long after the pandemic has subsided.

PIC shenanigans show BEE’s fraudulent centre - Polity

31 March 2020 - It cannot have escaped notice that the litany of corporate governance transgressions exposed in the recently released report of the Mpati Commission all concern investments made by the Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC's) Black Economic Empowerment support vehicle.

Preparing for the wrong emergency - Politicsweb

30 March 2020 - It must be one of the most tragic ironies of all time. Just as the bulk of the world's political leaders were gearing themselves up to combat a dubious "climate emergency", the world was struck with a real one: the coronavirus Covid 19. The responses, moreover, have been radically different.

IRR to publish comprehensive Covid-19 policy response

24 March 2020 - The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) will tomorrow publish a comprehensive policy response framework on how South Africa should deal with the socio-economic challenges arising from the Covid-19 outbreak and its far-reaching consequences.

Ninety One launches with a great whopper - Politicsweb

23 March 2020 - Last week Investec Asset Management ran advertisements about its change of name to Ninety One. "The dismantling of apartheid started in 1991 – the year that we began," was the key sentence. A happy coincidence, no doubt, but only a half truth.

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