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.

Mantashe bangs the race drum again - Bizcommunity

13 November 2019 - In South Africa, half the 16- to 34-year-old age cohort are not employed...These young people, the truly disadvantaged, are overwhelmingly black. Their numbers have grown steadily for over 20 years. They will continue to be excluded in ever growing numbers so long as Mantashe and his comrades continue to impose their arbitrary quota requirements on what would otherwise be thriving industries.

South Africans see through the ANC’s ‘land reform’ smokescreen – IRR

13 November 2019 - With the current phase of the public and political battle over amending section 25 of the Constitution approaching an uncertain and thoroughly unsatisfactory end within the next few weeks, the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) takes heart from the fact that more the 160 000 South Africans have submitted their written opposition to the change to the IRR.

What is the DA waiting for? - Politicsweb

10 November 2019 - There is no need for race in any policies targeted directly at these problems, any more than race is a factor in South Africa's extensive income redistribution system via taxation.

Disadvantage and race - Businesslive

10 November 2019 - Why not pivot empowerment policy so that it benefits people who are actually disadvantaged, rather than simply focusing on race, which has been SA’s curse for so long?

Sewe leuens oor die DA se verandering - Rapport

10 November 2019 - Die onmiskenbare leuens, misleidende inligting en nuusmanipulasie van die hoofstroom-media het rekordvlakke bereik in reaksie op die leierskapsveranderinge in die DA. Dink net daaraan hoe u mislei is.

Wilful ignorance will not drive growth - Polity

6 November 2019 - It is hardly surprising that, apart from one moment, Cyril Ramaphosa avoided the topic of Black Economic Empowerment at his Investment Summit this week. He was, after all, trying to give reasons to invest in South Africa, not to avoid it.

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