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.

Public education needs an overhaul - Post

2 December 2020 - South Africa spent just over a fifth of its 2019 national budget on education, but continues to deliver substandard schooling that is failing young people.

Malema: untouchable, invincible, and unstoppable? - Politicsweb

30 November 2020 - Having again demonstrated their prowess in battle, most recently against women working at Clicks and schoolchildren at Brackenfell High, Julius Malema’s Economic “Freedom Fighters” (EFF) are now threatening the families of policemen and women.

Beware the use of ‘salami tactics’ to attain e-voting – IRR

24 November 2020 - The ANC’s initial plan to give the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) carte blanche to introduce an electronic voting system by regulation has been stymied by strong public opposition. Now the ruling party plans to use ‘salami tactics’ (whittling away opposition in small slices) to achieve the same outcome over time, warns the IRR.

Nats learnt from "mistakes", but can Ramaphosa? - Politicsweb

23 November 2020 - Speaking in Parliament earlier this month, Cyril Ramaphosa said that “we are in rebuilding mode and correcting the mistakes of the past”. The government had learnt its lessons and South Africa was on a good trajectory. President Ramaphosa was clearly also encouraged by pledges made at last week’s investment conference.

EWC or investment, not both – IRR

19 November 2020 - Much fanfare attended this week’s South Africa Investment Conference (SAIC), but any hope of painting the country as a prime investment destination is contradicted by data on investor sentiment, and undermined by the government’s own determination to press ahead with expropriation without compensation (EWC).

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