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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.

Fire across the land: The steep price of state failure on land - News24

17 July 2019 - Where the state lacks the ability – perhaps the will? – to enforce its laws, and surrenders authority to the strongman best placed to press a claim through force, then a successful and legitimate land reform programme becomes impossible. So does much economic activity – and with it, tragically, the future of the country.

Living in hope of a Lebanese resurgence - Businesslive

15 July 2019 - Hopefulness can be unreliable — passive, or blindly clung to — in the face of history’s ravages and flattened remains. But, as Najjar implies, hope can also be a more active ingredient, a claim, against the odds, to be insistently present.

Enemies of entrepreneurship - Politicsweb

14 July 2019 - With easy access to other people's money to fund moribund state-owned enterprises, and largely insulated from the consequences of their actions, successive governments run by the African National Congress (ANC) have already demonstrated their insatiable appetite for "risk". As for inspiring entrepreneurship and unlocking economic potential, Mr Ramaphosa's remarks would be ludicrous if his party's track record was not so sad.

Say bye to the tannie in the kitchen - Biznews

8 July 2019 - A friend once told me that anybody who can afford to employ a ‘servant’ had a moral duty to do so. Wilbur Smith, who keeps a large entourage of staff, agrees. I don’t. I should much rather our economy be freed so that everybody can get a proper, useful, productive job and that the role of the ‘servant’ be relegated to the bad old past.

Time for big pushback against dysfunction - Dispatchlive

3 July 2019 - Our polling shows that a solid eight out of ten South Africans respect their fellow citizens and see their fates as intertwined. They reject race-baiting be it from the ‘right’ or the ‘left’. Most too reject populist faux-solutions to our economic woes. Their priorities are employment, safety and education. It is, in other words, our political class – along with many influencers and intellectuals – that is out of step with society.

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