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: Land reform is only the start - Businesslive

19 November 2018 - Property rights are the foundation of every free and open society. They underpin investment decisions and anchor human liberty. They are also indivisible, and the land reform issue is simply being used as the thin end of a much larger property rights wedge.

When the colonies came to the aid of the Empire - Politicsweb

18 November 2018 - The war bankrupted Britain. It could no longer afford to keep its empire even had it wished to in the face of nationalist demands which the war helped to stimulate. But that empire's achievement in helping to destroy Hitler is one of the greatest in global history.

After EWC - Politicsweb

18 November 2018 - Dreams haunt us again, a sheep for every family and veggies in every garden plot, while revolutionaries whisper in our ears that this time, comrades, it’s going to work!

Vergelykings met Piet Retief is nie onvanpas - Rapport

18 November 2018 - Diegene wat gedink het dat hulle met die ANC sou kon onderhandel, 'n gemeenskaplike terrein sou kon vind en 'n konstitusionele wysiging sou kon voorkom, was naiief. Die regering het hulle eenvoudig op 'n dwaalspoor gelei met versekerings terwyl hulle teen hulle aan die saamsweer was.

A land solution - Sunday Tribune

18 November 2018 - The protests in Mariannridge highlight two factors: that more effective land reform is urgent in South Africa's cities; and the damaging consequences of the ANC government's continued use of race as a benchmark for services, jobs and developing infrastructure.

SA mining record of reducing deaths inspires - Business Report

16 November 2018 - With almost half a million people employed by the mining industry, and each of these supporting as many as nine direct beneficiaries (according to the Minerals Council), rather than use mine fatalities as an opportunity to condemn the industry, South Africa would do better to work with mining companies as they do everything they can to ensure the 2024 goal of No Harm is met, because a South Africa without a thriving mining industry would be much deadlier.

The DA has a xenophobia problem – IRR

13 November 2018 - A tweet today by Democratic Alliance mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba about the supposed health risk posed by an informal trader is contemptible and xenophobic, says the Institute of Race Relations’ (IRR) head of politics and governance, Gareth van Onselen.

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