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.

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.

Letter: Responses to race and inequality show muddled thinking - Businesslive

18 November 2019 - There is no question that most South Africans who need and deserve real help 25 years down the line are black, and it is they who will be the primary beneficiaries of any policy based on disadvantage rather than race. Race casts a long shadow over SA society, but it is the persistent disadvantage — which burdens black people most of all — that needs fixing.

Ramaphosa needs a "war room" against strikes - Politicsweb

18 November 2019 - If part of President Ramaphosa's much-vaunted "game plan" includes one to deal with a major public sector strike, he would be unwise to reveal it. But his two years in office have yet to show that he has the necessary qualities of courage and generalship.

Letter: SAA a microcosm - Businesslive

14 November 2019 - What makes the whole saga so important is that it captures the conundrum and contradictions the ANC and its alliance partners will soon face on a national level. An airline can be shut down, sold or further subsidised — and if union action ultimately causes either of the first two results the irony will be particularly great. However, a country is a very different matter; it cannot be shut down or sold — it can only be bailed out, reformed or allowed to collapse.

IRR welcomes further engagement with Public Protector’s office over Lesufi probe

14 November 2019 - Representatives of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) today met investigators from the Public Protector’s office regarding the IRR’s complaint against the Gauteng Department of Education under the leadership of MEC Panyaza Lesufi relating to worrying indications of maladministration within the department.

We need to talk about Mmusi – IRR - The Citizen

14 November 2019 - Set against the status quo of chronic unemployment, dysfunctional schooling, appalling health services, high crime rates, pitifully low economic growth, and dwindling opportunities for upward mobility – all of which impinge most harshly on poor black South Africans – there is good reason to argue that it’s the “progressive” agenda that spurns the project of historical redress, not least for wilfully ignoring alternative ideas expressly crafted to secure genuine liberation.

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