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 expropriation is not a silver bullet (quick fix) for poverty alleviation - Biznews

19 December 2019 - From 1994 onwards, South Africa with its many economic, innovative, and institutional strengths could easily have joined other developing nations in making the Great Escape from poverty. Instead, ever more NDR interventions have incrementally crippled the country’s capacity for growth to the point where GDP per capita has been shrinking for the past five years. Add the enactment of the EWC Bill in 2020, as the ANC plans, and the country’s prospects of achieving the Great Escape will retreat still further.

Why Mathekga is wrong about Mogoeng - IOL

19 December 2019 - Dr Ralph Mathekga shows once again that there are unexpected gaps in his political knowledge (IRR fears Mogoeng views on socio-political woes may compromise judiciary, IOL, 18 December).

Mogoeng Mogoeng's lack of judgment - Politicsweb

16 December 2019 - The chief justice's call for the ostracism of people of whose views he disapproves is incompatible with these fundamental principles of the Constitution he is sworn to uphold.

Warning: Malema is right, your property title deeds could soon be worthless - Biznews

12 December 2019 - Those inclined to minimise the draft Bill should perhaps also ponder on what Cosatu said in January 2018, when the EWC demand was building up: ‘The policy of land expropriation without compensation needs to be implemented without fear or favour. Going forward, we want to see government using its expropriation powers more aggressively… We need state ownership of all the land in this country in order for the democratic state to break the power of white capital.’

‘Coffin case’: A reflection on justice and the law - Politicsweb

5 December 2019 - Subsequently, having granted the convicted men leave to appeal, the Supreme Court Appeal (SCA) excoriated the trial judge, finding that it was clear from the judgment that the judge had failed to apply the cautionary rule that applies to the evidence of single witnesses.

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