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.

ANC policy: More continuity than change - News24

15 January 2019 - A state that can struggle to distribute drivers’ licences, or to maintain roads and water systems is hardly an ideal candidate to reconfigure society, and judiciously manage the property rights of its citizens. Together, this suggests more continuity than change: a continuity manifesting itself in both the problems and the policy responses.

Letter: Nonprofits smeared - Businesslive

15 January 2019 - By Loxton’s reasoning, the malfeasance at Steinhoff and KPMG means that the entire SA corporate and professional sector, including his own law firm, is part of the culture of corruption.

The perils of whiteness - Politicsweb

13 January 2019 - Whether overt in the form of massacres or racist remarks on Greek beaches, or seemingly innocuous in the guise of harmless micro-aggression, the supposed prevalence of "whiteness" provides a scapegoat for the prevalence of poverty and inequality, which is blamed not on ANC policy but on "structural and institutional racism". It also provides a pretext for moving to the next stage of implementing the national democratic revolution, namely expropriation of property without compensation – commitment to which was last week yet again reiterated by Cyril Ramaphosa.

EWC unnecessary – IRR provides hard evidence - Biznews

10 January 2019 - Indeed, EWC offers nothing to address the deeper failures of South Africa’s land reform projects – arguably the most serious of which has been the failure to provide the title deeds and support that would make them sustainable.

Methods of "barbarism" to bring about "civilisation" - Politicsweb

9 January 2019 - This year's elections will no doubt provide plenty of opportunity to attack "colonialism" and "imperialism". The 120th anniversary of the start of one of the worst episodes in the long history of British imperialism is likely to pass unnoticed, however.

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