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: No quotas at top level - Businesslive

5 April 2019 - This is the way most South Africans want their national teams to be selected. A new Institute of Race Relations poll, to be released later in 2019 , shows that 83% of South Africans (and 82% of black South Africans) believe the only criteria for selecting national sports teams should be merit.

A cold, sober look at the ANC’s Wonderland policies - Biznews

4 April 2019 - People will also, as in Cuba, have the opportunity to revert to ‘ox-drawn ploughs’. This, says the SACP in The South African Road to Socialism, should not be seen ‘as a step back into the past’, but rather as a step forward into ‘a socialism of the 21st century’. That, of course, is what they also have in Venezuela…

Staan saam teen Malema se haatpropaganda, se IRV - Maroela Media

2 April 2019 - Dit het hoog tyd geword dat die Suid-Afrikaanse publiek een ding goed verstaan: Julius Malema is ’n haatpropageerder en -aanhitser van formaat. Sy uitlatings mik hy op minderheidsgroepe. Dit is ’n gevaarlike speletjie wat veroordeel en met wortel en tak uitgeroei moet word.

Letter: DA in two minds on race issue - Businesslive

1 April 2019 - The DA might think that its occasional and qualified flirtations with race nationalism are innocent and of little consequence. They are not. In crossing a key line of liberal principle, the DA risks setting in motion a chain of events the consequences of which few people can properly imagine.

So, where's Ramaphosa's growth policy? - Politicsweb

31 March 2019 - A strong ANC showing would certainly be a "mandate" for expropriation without compensation, for persisting with the proposed national health insurance system, and even for nationalising the South African Reserve Bank. But you can hardly also claim a "mandate" for the measures necessary to speed up growth if you do not explain beforehand what measures you are contemplating.

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