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 apparent plagiarism of Yonela Diko - Businesslive

7 June 2018 - Yonela Diko is the ANC’s spokesperson in the Western Cape and a weekly columnist for the Daily Maverick.On inspection, many of his columns appear to have large sections lifted wholesale from various online sources, without reference, attribution, hyperlinks to the relevant work or, most importantly, quotation marks.

EWC: A threat to us all - Politicsweb

6 June 2018 - The move towards a regime of Expropriation without Compensation (EWC) represents a pivotal moment in South Africa’s post-apartheid history. Not only does it challenge the Constitution, but it threatens the country’s prospects for prosperity and freedom. South Africa accepts this at its peril.

Gaza: Hamas' horrific game - Politicsweb

4 June 2018 - The name of the game is armed propaganda. The purpose is to destroy the legitimacy of the state of Israel, with the help of allies in the media, the usual suspects at the United Nations, and various governments ranging from the gullible through the cynical to the malevolent. If a few kids get killed along the way, well, best not to "waste time" asking questions about how they got involved.

Charting a way to successful schooling in South Africa

31 May 2018 - Our latest report – ‘The South African Education Crisis: Giving power back to parents’ – makes the case for a decisive intervention to save our children from a future blighted by the profound failings in our schooling system.

Floyd Shivambu's proposed state custodianship of land farcical and tragic - News24

31 May 2018 - Should our often poorly capacitated state attempt to take on the control management of 121 million hectares of land, with all the temptations and opportunities for patronage and malfeasance that it would entail, and all the damage it would inflict on the capital base of agriculture, it is difficult to imagine an outcome that would not verge on the tragic.

The power of parental involvement in South Africa’s schools

29 May 2018 - The real divide in South African education is not between independent and public schools, but between good and bad ones. And what typically defines the good schools is strong parental involvement that reinforces teaching-focused leadership.

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