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.

IRR CEO expresses concerns around Mkhondo (Piet Retief) killings

15 April 2021 - The CEO of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), Dr Frans Cronje, says that he has reason to doubt parts of the version of events put out by the police surrounding the killing of two men and the injury of several others at a farm near Mkhondo (formerly Piet Retief). Four farmers were arrested for the killings and are being held in custody ahead of a bail hearing. The police maintain that the four were party to murdering the two men who, they say, were innocent work-seekers.

Potholes filled as community rejects citizen abuse – IRR

12 April 2021 - Undeterred by the inaction and apparent indifference of the Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) and other entities, residents of the Roodepoort suburb of Weltevredenpark have taken the initiative and filled more than 80 potholes along the busiest routes in the area.

Is land reform a priority for black South Africans? - Biznews

8 April 2021 - A fortnight ago the Ad Hoc Committee responsible for drafting the expropriation-without-compensation (EWC) constitutional amendment bill (the Bill) claimed that a burning land hunger among South Africans was one of the key reasons why the Bill had to be pushed through the legislative process as rapidly as possible.

Cabo Delgado: Consequences of a failing state - defenceWeb

7 April 2021 - More than a week after last month’s attack on Palma, the Mozambican authorities claimed to be in control of the town. There is still no independent verification of this and the area remains cut off from cellphone communication.

The real problem is not Adam Habib, but the SOAS trustees - Politicsweb

4 April 2021 - Weird place, the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). To investigate Adam Habib and all the “pain” he caused, as well as promote “anti-racism”, its Board of Trustees has commissioned one Judy Clements. Not any old Judy Clements, but “Judy Clements OBE”. When last I checked, those letters stood for Order of the British Empire.

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