Reports

Below is chronological listing of the reports we have released in support of our campaigns and advocacy efforts to defend your right to make decisions about your own life free from unnecessary government or political interference and counter-productive policy.

The Criterion Report Vol 2 No 1

6 March 2019 - The first set of results from the IRR’s February 2019 Election Poll provide key insights into voters’ party political preferences and the electoral standing of the major parties.

The Criterion Report Special Edition

25 February 2019 – A huge number of South Africans rely on minibus taxis (82% of all respondents), which dominate the market (64% of all taxi-users), but there are profound concerns both about taxi-safety and crime, as well as the condition of South African roads, this Special Edition of The Criterion Report reveals.

FreeFACTS - January 2019

31 January 2019 - This edition of Free Facts looks at South African retirement funds and why the government has their eye on them. It examines government spending and debt levels and shows how these are reaching unsustainable levels. It also provides statistics on the retirement savings of South Africans, and shows how big the pot is.

FreeFACTS - December 2018

14 December 2018 - This edition of Free Facts looks at the quality of life of South Africans. White people, in general, still enjoy a higher quality of life than other South Africans. This gap is likely to remain as long as the government follows policies which fail to stimulate the economy.

The Criterion Report Vol 1 No 3

10 December 2018 – This report covers the results of a “snap poll” revealing telling shifts in support for South Africa’s main political parties.

FreeFACTS - November 2018

27 November 2018 – Crime rates are on the rise in South Africa, while faith in the police is down. Is there a way back against the scourge of crime?

Broken Blue Line 3

30 October 2018 - This is the third report of the Broken Blue Line project – the previous two having been published by the IRR in 2011 and 2015. As with the two previous reports this third report examines the extent to which the police are involved in perpetrating criminal violence.

FreeFACTS - October 2018

11 October 2018 - The crisis South Africa faces is not one of inadequate government spending or insufficient stimulus, but rather one of an economy battered by a decade of hostile policy.

FreeFACTS - September 2018

1 October 2018 - This latest edition of Free Facts looks at the state of the family in South Africa, and argues that many of South Africa’s social ills can be attributed to problems relating to the lack of a stable family environment.

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