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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.

Is there a growing backlash against wokeism? - Politicsweb

13 June 2021 - Earlier this month English football fans took again to widespread booing when teams on the field performed the ritual of “taking the knee” popularised by Black Lives Matter. While the English team’s manager condemned the booing, as did the Labour Party, spiked-online called for more of this “working-class revolt against wokeness”.

Understanding the ‘Expropriation without Compensation’ drive – part 3 - Newsi

10 June 2021 - The constitutional amendment was pushed along through a highly visible campaign of public and parliamentary hearings, along with invitations for written submissions. These were nominally held to gauge whether or not such an amendment was required, and what the public thought of it. Hundreds of thousands of submissions were made on the issue, with all indications that the bulk of these opposed the amendment.

Certainty Of Government's Policy Lacking Once More - Daily Dispatch

10 June 2021 - Ever since the African National Congress officially committed itself to expropriation without compensation in late 2017, it has struggled to square the impossible circle: how going down this investment-killing path could be justified in a country whose very future hinged on vastly accelerating growth.

Understanding the ‘Expropriation without Compensation’ drive – part 2 - Newsi

8 June 2021 - Dr Frans Cronje, chief executive of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) notes: ‘It was alarming to see the extent to which fallacious nonsense came to define public policy debates such as that “white privilege” and “white monopoly capital” explained black poverty when, as just one example, South Africa was recording some of the worst school-level literacy and numeracy rates of any emerging market.’

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