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.

Letter: Will banks stand up to the ANC's land agenda? - The Citizen

3 March 2021 - In the wake of the budget, it is worth recalling that when the ‘debate’ on expropriation without compensation (EWC) was refreshed in 2017 by the ANC’s Nasrec Conference, then director of the Banking Association of South Africa, Cas Coovadia, warned that a move on property rights would have a direct bearing on the willingness of the financial sector to extend further credit.

Letter: Expropriation Bill will end in tears - Businesslive

2 March 2021 - Trevor Kamoto ends his letter by saying that, once enacted, the Expropriation Bill “will ensure black South Africans, who make up the majority of this country's population, will have access to land, wealth, and ultimately dignity” (“Expropriation Bill offers blacks relief from exclusion”, March 1).

How fossil fuels help green the planet - Politicsweb

1 March 2021 - “Climate change is already affecting agriculture and food security, which will make the challenge of ending hunger, achieving food security, improving nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture more difficult…”

Belasting 101 - Rapport

28 February 2021 - Hier is tien dinge oor Tito Mboweni se begrotingstoespraak wat niemand jou nog gesê het nie.

Letter: The scale of SA’s economic woes - Businesslive

25 February 2021 - In the wake of the budget speech, many South Africans will be relieved there was no announcement of a significant increase in taxes. Others will welcome the stated intention to reduce the deficit and the debt-to-GDP ratio. But whatever comfort may be drawn from it should not blind us to the scale of SA’s fiscal and economic challenges.

Government deep down a hole, and frantically digging - IRR

25 February 2021 - The finance minister yesterday presented the government's budget for the years ahead. He knows, as do most South Africans, that the country desperately needs economic growth to solve its problems – ranging from poverty and unemployment to the finance minister's own burden of balancing the state's books, a challenging task amidst rising spending and declining revenue.

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