Media

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.

SOEs put fiscal security at risk - Businesslive

24 May 2018 - For the R15bn the government has lavished on SAA over just two years, it could therefore have established 750-1,000 serious black commercial farmers. And for the R21.7bn required over the coming years 1,080-1,440 more farmers could be given a healthy start.

Why school governing bodies are the key to better education - News24

23 May 2018 - The Education Charter released this week by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) aims to give parents control of schools. IRR research shows that greater parental involvement in schools leads to better outcomes – and educational outcomes in South African schools are dire.

Letter: Land issue will inflict pain - Business Day

23 May 2018 - Ayabonga Cawe is correct in noting that land and agrarian reform is complex, and not reducible to ownership and title deeds (Misplaced fixation on title deeds is a convenient diversion, May 21). But he is equally incorrect to suggest that the nationalisation of land would not be a "disincentive to investment".

Apartheid was a crime against humanity, but 'of a particular kind' - News24

22 May 2018 - AfriForum triggered a media controversy last week over the thesis that, while apartheid was wrong, and they disagreed with it, it should not qualify as a crime against humanity. In drafting a response, I sought the views of a range of South Africa's top thinkers; what follows is influenced to a significant extent by what they told me.

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