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.

Expropriation Bill: IRR’s Dr Anthea Jeffery in conversation

9 February 2021 - Tomorrow, Wednesday 10 February, at 09h00, the IRR will be hosting a livestreamed conversation with IRR Head of Policy Research, Dr Anthea Jeffery, on the Expropriation Bill, currently open for public comment until the end of February.

Letter: Expropriation Bill’s threat could be mortal - Businesslive

8 February 2021 - The extension of the deadline for public comment on the Expropriation Bill to February 28 is to be welcomed. The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has long warned that the implications of this legislation — along with other elements of the push to expand state power to take people’s property — are so extensive and dire that, at the very least, they require a thorough process of debate and input so that the public understands its consequences.

Ons moet wet oor grond stuit - Rapport

7 February 2021 - In sy kern versterk die wetsontwerp op onteiening wat die ANC-regering op die land wil afdwing, die magte van ’n staat wat homself al talle kere bewys het as onvoorwaardelik bereidwillig om misbruik daarvan te maak.

Expropriation Bill: Costly, however you look at it - News24

6 February 2021 - While the window for public comment on the Expropriation Bill remains open – now extended to 28 February – South Africans should consider that a vote for this Bill is a vote either to wreck the economy or to entrench President Cyril Ramaphosa’s power for life, which is ultimately the same thing. At first glance, this claim might seem implausible. What follows is the argument for it.

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