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.

Letter: Mboweni’s mission - Businesslive

23 January 2020 - Finance minister Tito Mboweni will be having a tough, if not impossible, job trying to market SA at Davos. Anyone wishing to understand why could do worse than to note the remarks delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa after the ANC’s recent lekgotla.

EWC decisions to be made by the executive, rather than the courts? – IRR

23 January 2020 - The ink has scarcely dried on the Draft Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill of 2019 (the Bill) – now up for public comment by 31 January 2020 – and already the ANC wants to change it so that the executive, rather than the courts, can decide when nil compensation on expropriation should apply.

Banks must spell out to clients the implications of EWC – IRR

20 January 2020 - The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) is launching an open letter campaign this week, asking prominent South African banks to clarify for their clients the implications of expropriation without compensation (EWC) becoming government policy.

This must be the year of the fightback - Politicsweb

20 January 2020 - Forget the declaration earlier this month by the African National Congress (ANC) that 2020 must be "the year of unity, socio-economic renewal, and nation building". This must be the year of intensified and widening fightback against that party's increasingly destructive policies.

Gevoel agter die mening is nie te ignoreer nie . . . - Rapport

19 January 2020 - Met die lees hiervan het ek nie net gedink aan my voortvarende reaksie op die vrou met die tatoeëermerk nie, maar ook aan my eie gebrekkige Suid-Afrikanerskap, en aan die toetsingsidee dat om ons beste redelike self te wees beteken om te erken dat geskiedenis die som is van nie net gebeure nie, maar ook van gewaarwordinge.

Letter: Less BEE (which has failed), and more EED - Businesslive

17 January 2020 - It is difficult not to agree with two Nedbank corporate finance analysts when they argue that broad-based BEE (B-BBEE) has “had limited success ... in terms of monetising value and transforming ownership to make historically disenfranchised people active participants in the economy” (Broad-based BEE needs tweaking to really work, December 18).

ANC’s 2020 January 8th Statement — same old, same old - Daily Maverick

14 January 2020 - The struggle to liberate the country “from all forms of oppression and economic exclusion” might fruitfully begin with some inspection of the ANC’s own conduct. Unfortunately, the January 8th Statement showed a political movement out of its depth, failing to realise that the country is drowning, and how it is pushing it under.

BEE: Black business' false friend - Politicsweb

13 January 2020 - In his tribute to Richard Maponya, the doyen of black business who died earlier this month, Cyril Ramaphosa said he "was of that rare breed of entrepreneurs who would not be held back or become disheartened by difficult operating conditions".

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