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.

How Zakaria got it wrong

12 December 2019 – This report analyses flaws in the debate on expropriation without compensation arising from faulty and often misrepresented evidence.

FreeFACTS - November 2019

This edition of Free Facts looks at the latest trends around inequality. Latest figures shows that despite popular belief, inequality is actually declining. In addition, inequality is highest among black South Africans which means a rethink is necessary around policies such as black economic empowerment and employment equity.

FreeFACTS - October 2019

This edition of Free Facts looks at the parlous state of South Africa’s finances and why a policy of prescribed assets is increasingly possible.

FreeFACTS - September 2019

This edition of Free Facts looks at South African education and the trends (some positive and others negative) that have emerged in post-apartheid South Africa.

FreeFACTS - August 2019

This edition of Free Facts looks at the latest crime statistics and shows that South Africa’s trend on this is negative. The tide was turning on this scourge up until about 2011 but since then the number of murders and other serious crimes has begun to increase. Without innovative solutions this will continue to be the case.

FreeFACTS - July 2019

This edition of Free Facts looks at the unemployment crisis, and provides figures by race, region, and a number of other metrics. There is no doubt that the current rate of unemployment in South Africa is a national crisis, but on the current policy trajectory of the country, this is unlikely to change.

What's wrong with the golden promise of NHI?

21 August 2018 - The government claims that its proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) system will reduce the costs of healthcare and provide all South Africans (now numbering some 58 million people) with ‘quality’ health services that are free at the point of delivery.

South Africa's NHI Scheme

18 September 2018 - This report lays bare the appalling scale of deficiency, mismanagement, negligence and corruption in the public health sector which the government intends to be the core of its proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) system.

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