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.

Land not the most pressing issue, not even for EFF voters - Business Day

15 October 2015 - It has always been SA’s fate to be a profoundly mistaken society, thought to be so divided, its disparate parts so at odds, with so little in common, that only some imposed “solution” could ever succeed in cementing it. The people, by this reasoning, are always wrong.

Bubbling 'fire pot' a costly mess - Weekend Argus

13 October 2018 - A badly prepared policy huo guo bubbles away. It draws on a few decontextualised and desiccated ideas, mismatches them with others, and reaches a stodgy, incoherent conclusion. It makes for policy indigestion – but if this is where our policy makers are determined to go, it’s a lethal brew we might all have to eat.

Creating job creators - Politicsweb

11 October 2018 - The Jobs Summit agreement offered nothing to the people who are trying to set up small construction companies, coffee shops, kota stands and fashion studios. Nothing else will matter if ordinary people are not put front and centre of business creation.

SA needs a moonshot … difficult, but possible - Rational Standard

11 October 2018 - Becoming a prosperous, safe country for all who live in it will be difficult, but it is possible. Like the American moonshot and our transition to a democracy, it will take the combined effort of all citizens and single-minded political leadership to reach these goals.

Letter: Editorial misses the point on Mining Charter - Businesslive

11 October 2018 - Communities should expect to benefit primarily from the general economic expansion a healthy mining sector can deliver. The third iteration of the charter gives inadequate credit to the natural benefits of mining: employment; work experience and on-the-job upskilling; local revenues; upstream and downstream development; and the contribution to the fiscus.

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