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.

Letter: Hard decisions needed - Businesslive

30 January 2020 - Prescribed assets will not save SA’s rural towns. What will save them (and, in time, SA itself) is real economic reform that will enable businesses to thrive, create jobs and grow wealth.

Letter: Land issue: ANC wants state control - The Star

29 January 2020 - The ink has scarcely dried on the Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill, 2019, up for public comment by Friday, and the ANC wants to change it so the executive, rather than the courts, decides when nil compensation on expropriation should apply.

An empire which must have done something right by her colonies - Politicsweb

27 January 2020 - Agence France Presse would have us believe that the Harry/Meghan "crisis" has "shaken the very foundations of Britain's ancient monarchy". Actually, however, the "crisis" has shown just how solid those foundations are and why the House of Windsor still sits on the British and various other thrones well into the 21st century.

Letter: Mboweni’s mission - Businesslive

23 January 2020 - Finance minister Tito Mboweni will be having a tough, if not impossible, job trying to market SA at Davos. Anyone wishing to understand why could do worse than to note the remarks delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa after the ANC’s recent lekgotla.

EWC decisions to be made by the executive, rather than the courts? – IRR

23 January 2020 - The ink has scarcely dried on the Draft Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill of 2019 (the Bill) – now up for public comment by 31 January 2020 – and already the ANC wants to change it so that the executive, rather than the courts, can decide when nil compensation on expropriation should apply.

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