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.

The ANC's no growth plan - Politicsweb

21 January 2019 - Even good ideas, such as opening up the economy to greater participation by small, micro, and medium enterprises (SMMEs), are not only half-baked but motivated mainly by a desire to break up monopolies. Nowhere is there a hint of economic liberalisation. Instead, the state will increase both its size and its power.

Rhetoric's Place in Economic Debate - The Library of Economics and Liberty

20 January 2019 - Samuel Gregg at the Acton Institute warns however that “until fiscal conservatives start grounding the full canopy of activities and institutions associated with economic freedom in robust accounts of human fulfillment, they will struggle to make headway against the widespread skepticism concerning the morality of free markets.”

Racism on the retreat in SA - Weekend Argus

19 January 2019 - Despite the best efforts of some, South Africa’s rainbowism has not failed. It may seem at times that the ‘Rainbow Nation’ is being held together with chewing gum and string, but ordinary South Africans are happy to work, play, and simply exist together.

The Reserve Bank and the National Democratic Revolutionary Alliance - Daily Maverick

18 January 2019 - All those who think a vote for CR will help him succeed at constructive reform should remember that they will be voting, not for him – nor even for the ANC – but rather for the NDR Alliance. This Alliance has quietly taken control of policy and its implementation and is determined (as Cosatu put it some three years ago) “to deepen and advance the NDR as a direct route to socialism”.

Destruction of DA billboard deplorable – IRR

17 January 2019 - The destruction today of the Democratic Alliance billboard listing the names of the victims of Life Esidimeni and those who fell at Marikana is disgraceful and should be condemned, Gareth van Onselen, Head of Politics and Governance at the SA Institute of Race Relations said in a statement.

Letter: SA helped despotic Zimbabwean leaders stay in power - Businesslive

17 January 2019 - But more than anything else, Zimbabwe’s salvation does not lie in the SA government for the reason that, in its expropriation without compensation policy, our government is championing at home what is in principle the very policy that still lies at the heart of Zimbabwe’s crises.

Schweizer-Reneke: The DA has a lot to answer for - Politicsweb

16 January 2019 - The DA’s mealy-mouthed defence is irresponsible. The party also demonstrates political naivety in antagonizing an important constituency just before an election by presuming racism before the facts are in – something which makes the DA indistinguishable from its opposition.

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