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: Nothing positive about EWC - Cape Argus

12 April 2019 - Government actions indicate an intention to undermine property rights, and to seize investments. This will undermine confidence and kill growth, entirely predictably. The mere signalling of intent has already done great damage. Calls for optimism and bonhomie do nothing to alleviate it.

Destruction of books sets an ominous, dangerous and unacceptable precedent - IRR

10 April 2019 - There are key metaphors and litmus tests for the devolution of democracy and political power. One them is book burning. The ANC seems now to have sunk to that level, embracing, as its members have, a medieval impulse to physically destroy ideas and arguments it disagrees with. It is a mentality of the Dark Ages brutishly inserted into the present by the ANC.

Why the ANC will never say it is sorry - Businesslive

10 April 2019 - Watching the ANC campaign is like watching a bank robber make his way through all the staff he has just held at gun point, promising them all it was just a big misunderstanding, and then giving them a hug as they once again hand over the keys to the safe.

Eskom: Power or racial proportionality? - Politicsweb

8 April 2019 - Eskom, we were reminded last week, is drowning in debt and anticipates a shortfall of R250 billion in income over the next three years. Yet the organisation apparently still luxuriates in using race as a criterion in calling for tenders.

Survey reveals the mistaken scale mining’s positive impact - Polity

8 April 2019 - Does mining have its downsides? Of course it does, but in South Africa the positive impact on the economy, and on standards of living for the average person are so enormous that attempting to paint mining as anything but a force for positive change is not only disingenuous, but reveals ignorance.

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