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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.

Health Department’s massive turnaround – a comeback for freedom?

21 June 2022 - Yesterday Health Minister Joe Phaahla proposed to the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) that regulations which impose mask-wearing, limit venue capacity and insist on vaccine passes, should be lifted. The NCCC, constituted by the Cabinet, will meet in the next two days to decide the country’s fate.

Lift the lockdown, #FreeYourFace

21 June 2022 - Yesterday Health Minister Joe Phaahla proposed to the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) that regulations which impose mask-wearing, venue capacity limits, and vaccine passes should be lifted. The NCCC, constituted by the Cabinet, will meet within the next two days to decide the country’s fate.

‘Cadre deployment will sink the ANC’ – Terence Corrigan - Biznews

20 June 2022 - Amid the noise and fury around the theft of President Ramaphosa’s forex, the sacking of the Public Protector and the arrest of the Gupta brothers in Dubai, a little noticed story signified something just as profound, brought to light in a statement by Democratic Alliance MP Leon Schreiber.

BELA Bill take youth backwards – IRR

17 June 2022 - The Basic Education Law Amendment (BELA) Bill will transfer even more power over education from parents to government, despite the state’s mass education failures, according to submission to Parliament in which the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) warns against “damaging” proposed amendments in the draft law.

Terence Corrigan: The 'curate's egg' of ANC land policy - News24

11 June 2022 - The phrase 'curate's egg' can be traced back to an anecdote about a junior cleric – the curate – who found himself in an embarrassing position. An egg which he was eating at breakfast with his bishop turned out to be spoiled. The bishop offered him a new one, but observing propriety, the young man insisted all was in order. It was, he insisted, satisfactory for him.

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