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.

The strange case of Andre de Ruyter - Biznews

2 December 2019 - The surprise announcement of Andre de Ruyter as the new CEO of Eskom was soon followed by Eskom’s dismal half-year report. De Ruyter must be a brave man to step into the most difficult and most crucial job in South Africa.

Nondelivery, not race, is the barrier to black progress - Businesslive

2 December 2019 - Tragically, perhaps just as Jessie Duarte appears to feel, Ramaphosa’s ANC would be quite happy to see us perish together as fools, compelled by law to look no further than one another’s skin colour and deny ourselves the unity of purpose most citizens know in their bones to be the only credible route to a better future.

The real story of inequality in SA - Politicsweb

25 November 2019 - Anyone seeking a concise account of the South African government's failures in tackling poverty and inequality need look no further than its recently published "25-year review".

Presidential land reform panel’s report is fundamentally coercive - Daily Maverick

25 November 2019 - The IRR’s warnings against the panel’s “130-page formula to destroy the economy” are still more salient now that the National Treasury’s October mini-budget has put the 2019 growth rate at 0.5% of GDP, the budget deficit at more than 6%, and the ratio of public debt to GDP at 60% already – and it’s set to climb to 71% within a scant three years.

South Africa’s finances in shocking state – IRR

20 November 2019 - In a briefing at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) yesterday, renowned economist Mike Schussler shared some shocking figures, noting that South Africa was powering headlong towards a fiscal cliff and that a policy of prescribed assets was increasingly likely.

Lesufi’s placement system chaos still unresolved – IRR

20 November 2019 - The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) notes that the futures of more than 14 000 pupils in Gauteng remain in jeopardy due to the inability of provincial MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi to administer a chaotic system his department created.

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