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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.

UCT's self-destructive race obsessions - Politicsweb

9 May 2022 - In today’s climate, it takes courage for an academic to speak out publicly against his university’s racial preferencing policies. That, however, is what David Benatar has done in The Fall of the University of Cape Town - Africa’s leading university in decline.

SA still writing laws for the privileged few – analysis - Biznews

5 May 2022 - Part 4 of the Zondo Commission report into state capture came out last week. It primarily rehashes and reaffirms the story of how Eskom was captured by the Gupta family with the help of former President Jacob Zuma. But, despite the commission’s ever-growing price tag (R1bn and counting), it provides the country with little new information.

Department of Health is acting without evidence – IRR

5 May 2022 - Yesterday Health Minister Joe Phaahla issued regulations under the National Health Act (NHA) that reimpose measures that were until recently lockdown Level 1 restrictions – including mask mandates for all non-domestic indoor locations, vaccine passes for large outdoor events, and restrictions to 50% of venue capacity indoors and outdoors for businesses and places of worship.

Fear and loathing at the University of Cape Town - Politicsweb

2 May 2022 - To read this book is to descend into an Orwellian world of topsy-turvy logic, thoughtcrime, doublethink, betrayal, cruelty, lies, and fear. But George Orwell described Nineteen Eighty-four as a “novel”, whereas The Fall of the University of Cape Town - Africa’s leading university in decline, published last year, is fact. Big Brother might not be watching you, or listening to you, but plenty of other people are.

A ‘dangerous strategy that will fail’ - Newsi

28 April 2022 - A few weeks ago, Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition Ebrahim Patel, was in fighting form in defence of government policy. At issue was the Broad-Based Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE). Opposition to this, the minister said, was a pernicious movement that was damaging South Africa’s future.

Speaking truth to power: Scopa scores an own goal with Mavuso - Biznews

28 April 2022 - Last week, Busi Mavuso, an Eskom non-executive director and head of the country’s most prominent business body, may have thrown down a bigger challenge to the government than she had initially thought. She said what we all know: that the present Eskom board should not be blamed for the disaster created by the ANC.

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