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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.

Honest examination shows interests are not really so averse - Business Day

11 June 2018 - Life experience doubtless separates farmer from domestic worker, and so may language, culture, gender, religion, wealth, voting history, possibly even the ability to carry heavy loads on the head, but politically their interests converge fundamentally in the one place that matters as much to each of them for exactly the same reasons.

The lunatic asylum AGM - Politicsweb

8 June 2018 - They came from far and wide, goggle-eyed and incoherent. A gathering of the deranged and dangerous, come together to worship at the altar of their god, Jacob Zuma.

Letter: Land reform noise a ploy - Businesslive

8 June 2018 - We are yet to be convinced that if accelerated land reform does not occur, SA will suffer some cataclysmic social and political meltdown. Restitution is important, but there is very little land reform can do to erode existing levels of poverty and unemployment.

Breaking the SADTU protection racket - Politicsweb

8 June 2018 - The most important question in all of politics is this: “What school do you send your own children to?” The answer to this question gives a complete explanation for the catastrophic failure of the education of most black children since 1994.

Does owning land really lead to prosperity? The math says no - News24

7 June 2018 - Ultimately, the contribution to upliftment offered through the land will be modest. Not meaningless perhaps, but nothing on the scale that will presage the "South African economic miracle" the country so desperately needs. It is certainly not something on which to pitch the country’s hopes.

Fixing Gauteng’s education system is vital to South Africa’s success - Daily Maverick

7 June 2018 - Instead of doing the hard work of fixing South Africa’s education system, the political leadership in Gauteng focuses on sideshows to capture headlines. Getting hands dirty and building a foundation for the future of South Africa’s children may not get headlines, but it will put the province and country on to a path of sustainable prosperity.

Swart leerders ly weens die swak onderwysstelsel - Maroela Media

7 June 2018 - Suid-Afrikaanse onderwys beleef ’n krisis. Ons kinders bly agter ten opsigte van lees-en-skryf-vaardighede en gesyferdheid in vergelyking met ander vergelykbare lande en dit is ’n ope vraag hoe goed ons skole jong mense vir die terrein van universiteitstudie of werk voorberei.

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