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.

EWC back with a vengeance

29 July 2022 - This year’s ANC Policy Conference is the party’s first since dropping below 50% nationwide in last year’s municipal elections. The party’s choice is stark: to reconnect with the values of ordinary South Africans, or to continue its drift towards racial Marxism as epitomized by its standing policy to expropriate private property without compensation.

Counting the spoils of ill-gotten gains – Anthea Jeffery - Biznews

28 July 2022 - A flawed judgment handed down last week by a full bench of the Western Cape high court has further undermined the property rights of all South Africans. It has also invited many more illegal land invasions by imposing unwise and unwarranted limits on the common law remedy of counter spoliation.

In Memoriam: John Kane-Berman 1946-2022 - Politicsweb

27 July 2022 - John Kane-Berman, who was born on the eve of apartheid and devoted his life to vigorously opposing the race nationalism of apartheid’s ideologues and, at their defeat, the illiberal impulses of their successors, has died aged 76.

School race-quota risk

27 July 2022 - Minister of Tourism and ANC Social Transformation Committee chair Lindiwe Sisulu has called for race quotas at all schools, further threatening this country’s founding value of non-racialism.

Cutting the reddest tape at Eskom

26 July 2022 - Last night President Cyril Ramaphosa announced an overdue plan to reduce load-shedding, which goes some way, but not far enough, towards cutting the red tape that strangles production and jobs in South Africa.

IRR approach SCA on Zuma parole case

25 July 2022 - The IRR’s legal team has applied to serve as a friend of the court, or amicus curiae, to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in the Zuma medical parole case, to vindicate the administration of justice.

Some thoughts on land policy - Politicsweb

22 July 2022 - The Freedom Charter retains an intense emotional hold on many South Africans, often being presented as a sort of arbiter of what South Africa’s future should hold. This comes out strongly in the recent contribution from Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi (‘The Freedom Charter and the land question’, 12 July 2022).

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