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.

Repression goes global - Newsi

10 June 2022 - A great deal has been said and written in recent years about the world’s democratic recession. Many democracies suffered from the weakening or suborning of the institutions on which their political and civic processes depend, while other have seen authoritarian impulses essentially destroy a tenuous democratic veneer. But more than that, authoritarianism itself is on the march.

Renewables are more costly and risky the deeper you dig - Politicsweb

7 June 2022 - It’s now almost an article of faith among energy writers in the bulk of the media that “renewables” are the best form of energy from an environmental point of view. After all, they spew forth no noxious gases. They are also cheap and getting cheaper. Some journalists even argue that they are free: you do not have to pay for sunshine or wind.

Letter: Expropriation bills add to farmers quitting - Businesslive

6 June 2022 - It’s pleasing to see Agri SA president Jaco Minnaar come out forthrightly about the damaging affect on the agricultural sector of policy and governance missteps. (“SA farmers quitting because of policy uncertainty, says Agri SA’s Jaco Minnaar”, June 5).

Letter: Nothing to celebrate in QLFS stats - Businesslive

3 June 2022 - There is little to celebrate about the results of Stats SA’s latest quarterly labour force survey (QLFS). Perhaps the most disturbing result is an increase in the “not in employment, education or training (Neet) rate for people aged 15-34.

Stop fuel tax hike now - IRR

30 May 2022 - The petrol price is expected to rise above R25 per litre on Wednesday, adding to the mounting burden on commuters, motorists, and consumers.

Postapartheid reformation still awaits us - Businesslive

29 May 2022 - One evening about three decades ago — in what seems another world, and probably was — a friend joined me and my wife-to-be for a supper that, despite the gulf of time that has opened between then and now, retains its simple delight in my mind.

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