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.

Sunset or Sunrise for Mining in South Africa

20 June 2018 - ‘Sunset or Sunrise for Mining in South Africa’, the latest report from the IRR, examines the prospects for an industry that is vital to the future of the country, but faces ongoing uncertainty arising from flawed policies and ideological hostility.

The South African Education Crisis: Giving Power Back To Parents

31 May 2018 - South African education is in crisis. Children attending South African schools fare poorly on almost every metric, and are ill-prepared for the world after school. More tragically, those who suffer the most from poor schooling are disproportionately black children.

Achievement and Enterprise in School Education

29 May 2018 - On average, pupils in independent schools in South Africa achieve much better National Senior Certificate results (sometimes loosely known as “matriculation” results) than do their counterparts in public schools. This applies to the overall pass rate, as well as to the higher “bachelor” pass rate required for admission to university to study for a degree.

Who owns the land? A critique of the state land audit

27 March 2018 - The numbers in the 2017 State Land Audit: Private Land Ownership by Race, Gender and Nationality report released in February this year have been used extensively to motivate for expropriation without compensation of white owned land. In the EFF motion to amend Section 25 of the constitution the Audit is cited as the source for the claim “that black people own less than 2% of rural land, and less than 7% of urban land”.

The EFF's Internal Revolution

8 February 2018 - This document has two parts: Part A aims to briefly set out and analyse the extraordinary turnover rate among EFF MPs in Parliament; Part B aims to provide an explanation for the phenomenon.

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