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.

Blowing on a threatened flame - Biznews

5 September 2019 - For all its faults and omissions, Mr Mboweni’s document provides chinks of light in the gathering gloom. The moderate majority should rally around it and actively endorse it.

Letter: Appeasement is bad for your health - Financial Mail

5 September 2019 - It is apparent from his answers to Giulietta Talevi (‘Discovery Health CEO Jonathan Broomberg on NHI’s impact, FM, 29 August) that Dr Broomberg’s grasp of lobbying strategy is even worse than his grasp of National Health Insurance policy.

Letter: One good season does not a turnaround make - Businesslive

5 September 2019 - Welcome though they may be, it would be a mistake to read the newly released quarterly growth figures as indicating a turnaround. Growth for the year is likely to remain anaemic, coming in at well under 2% at best, and quite possibly under 1%.

Tito joins the battle of ideas - Politicsweb

2 September 2019 - The timing could not have been better. Just as the employment and labour minister, Thulas Nxesi, was again threatening to get "very hard" on businesses failing to comply with his racial quotas, the National Treasury last week published its strategy for "urgent" reforms to boost economic growth.

Letter: NHI a bonzanza for bureaucrats, a gift for looters - Sunday Times

1 September 2019 - Di McIntyre’s comments in support of the National Health Insurance (NHI) system (‘We can build NHI, and we should’, Sunday Times, 25 August) are a mix of snide insults to the ‘privileged’, false claims about NHI benefits and costs, and blithe assumptions about how ‘vigilance’ can safeguard the new system from corruption. Her assertions are also misguided.

By the few for the few; employment equity unpacked - Biznews

29 August 2019 - The EE Act is not only unconstitutional but also damaging to most South Africans. Instead of tightening it up, Mr Nxesi should be intent on its repeal. Skills, growth, and jobs are the keys to upward mobility and must be fostered, not further undermined.

Ramaphosa's economic dilemma - The Star

27 August 2019 - The tragedy is that despite the still considerable attraction that South Africa might hold to investors, its economy is trapped behind barriers that are in many respects self-constructed.

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