Media

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: Rural safety should be a priority - The Witness

9 September 2020 - Rural and farm safety came to the fore in Saturday’s mass demonstration of farmers and sympathetic South Africans in Newcastle in the wake of the murders of Glen and Vida Rafferty. Concerns about farm murders were echoed by participants in the Move One Million events across the country and abroad.

The EFF's tone-deaf rampage – IRR

8 September 2020 - At a time of great hardship for millions of people, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) yesterday found themselves unable to place South Africans above petty political theatre.

Some neat rejoinders to the modern-day McCarthyism of the Left - Politicsweb

7 September 2020 - How about that? Several media outlets are outraged at the announcement last month by Facebook that it will remove “dangerous” material put up by “anarchist groups that support violent acts amidst protests”. Previously it had removed material put up by right-wing groups, but now media outlets which supported that ban are denouncing Mark Zuckerberg for the “false equivalence” of equating anti-fa “violence” with rightist violence.

Washing on highway fences flags the battle for urban land - Businesslive

6 September 2020 - With the first spell of sunshine in days last Thursday, it was time to do the laundry in Constantia, the jerseys and trousers slung like hides over a stretch of fencing alongside the freeway, and a traffic sign brought into service to air a blanket too large to drape elsewhere.

EmpoweringSA: The ANC’s manipulative anti-corruption ploy - Automotive Business Review

4 September 2020 - The IRR estimates that 41 out of the 80 elected members on the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National Congress (ANC) have been implicated in serious incidents of corruption. Eight NEC members have not been implicated at all, while it is difficult to make an assessment of the remainder. Contrary to public perception, the 41 who have been linked to corruption are split between the Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa camps, not confined to the former.

Evictions ruling a tinderbox for Cape Town - Businesslive

3 September 2020 - The recent Cape Town high court judgment barring the City of Cape Town from evicting illegal land occupiers from their shacks — occupied or not — without first obtaining a court order risks encouraging land invasions and deepening instability.

Letter: Time for alternative BEE policy - Businesslive

2 September 2020 - Correct as he is about the growing chorus of condemnation of black economic empowerment (BEE), a more biting critique of the policy than Andile Ntingi’s contribution is hard to imagine (“BEE fattens the elite and leaves crumbs for the poor masses”, August 30).

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