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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.

Killing corporate leaders – Companies Amendment Bill - Biznews

9 November 2021 - Last Sunday was the deadline for public comment on the Companies Amendment Bill of 2021. This Bill was gazetted early in October by Ebrahim Patel, who is both a senior figure in the South African Communist Party (SACP) and South Africa’s minister of trade, industry, and competition.

Beware of Greens bearing gifts - Politicsweb

8 November 2021 - Three weeks ago this column suggested that rich countries would do a “decarbonisation” deal with South Africa and then pull that deal like a rabbit out of a hat at the COP26 climate conference now winding up in Glasgow.

Letter: Cadre deployment part of municipal collapse - Businesslive

7 November 2021 - President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call for maturity and for putting the country before party interests is to be welcomed (“Ramaphosa urges leaders to put SA first — while his party haemorrhages”, November 4). The key question is whether his own party is able to do so.

’n ‘Konserwatiewe UDF’ kan ons red van die ANC en EFF - Netwerk24

7 November 2021 - er verduideliking van wat die afgelope week in die verkiesing gebeur het, het my kollega John Endres, wat my binnekort as uitvoerende hoof van die Instituut vir Rasseverhoudinge (IRV) sal opvolg, te voorskyn gekom met die storie oor ’n buffel en ’n trop wildehonde.

COP 26: A suicide note written in green ink? - Politicsweb

31 October 2021 - Nearly 30 years have elapsed since the first big climate change conference in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. During that time the proportion of global energy derived from fossil fuels has dropped from 87% to 83%, although in quantitative terms there has been an increase in the consumption of such fuels. Some 94% of all global freight by land and sea is moved by diesel engines.

Remember Covid-19 when voting – IRR

29 October 2021 - It behoves all voters to remember the risks – personal and political – associated with Covid-19. Reasons for social distancing, masking, and sanitizing are well known – but the broader context is not.

The principle stands on BLM kneeling – IRR

29 October 2021 - The principle against the Cricket South Africa (CSA) directive that players kneel before the BlackLivesMatter (BLM) call stands firm, whether or not Quinton de Kock is allowed to play for the team against Sri Lanka tomorrow after kneeling. That principle stands on two points.

IRR warns Cricket South Africa on ideological posturing

26 October 2021 - The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has written to the Board of Cricket South Africa warning that its reported instruction to all players to kneel before matches in support of the Black Lives Matter movement threatens political and religious freedom and sees cricket authorities dabbling with an ideology they do not understand.

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