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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.

Speaking Truth To Power – If Power Will Listen - Rational Standard

5 November 2019 - If there is a more uncomfortable spot in the cabinet than the finance portfolio, it doesn’t come easily to mind. Inverting the old cliché about ‘speaking truth to power’, he is a man with power, whose function is often to speak truth. Unfortunately, the power is all too often limited, and the truth ignored.

Story of a KZN farm - Politicsweb

4 November 2019 - The Ortmann family should be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the founding of their farming business in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.

The DA: Keep on purging - Politicsweb

4 November 2019 - Yet when the Democratic Alliance (DA) carries out a purge of some of its top executives many members of our print and online commentariat go into a frenzy that makes Greta Thunberg appear as calm and collected as Queen Elizabeth II.

Letter: Government opposes employers - Businesslive

1 November 2019 - To adapt the words of renowned economist Ricardo Hausmann, SA’s problem is not the jobs that exist, but those that do not exist. Until government realises this and starts incentivising employers (and potential employers) to create jobs, we can only expect our distressing unemployment situation to get worse.

NHI revenue could fall in SOE debt blackhole - Biznews

31 October 2019 - Most commentators seem to assume that any additional ‘NHI’ revenues raised – whether for the Treasury’s limited package or the White Paper’s sweeping changes – will be ring-fenced and used solely to fund the NHI. But the more likely scenario is that these monies will be paid into South Africa’s National Revenue Fund and used for all types of government spending.

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