PUBLICATIONS

The Free Market Foundation issues regular press statements, makes submissions to organs of state, and publishes articles, papers, and books, on matters related to individual liberty, private property, free enterprise, and limited government.

Crime
Nicholas Woode-Smith

Gang feuds must end

Communities need to work towards providing positive male role models, social clubs, and better alternatives to gangs for local youths.

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Job Seekers Exemption Certificate (JSEC)
Eustace Davie

JSEC: Job Seekers Exemption Certificate

The steps taken must offer hope of economic betterment to the millions of South Africans who are jobless and unskilled. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a way in which this can be done.

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Expropriation / Confiscation
Free Market Foundation

FMF 2021 submission on Expropriation Bill

In general, the Bill seeks to make it too easy for government to engage in expropriation in general, and must be beefed up with additional safeguards for the rights and interests of citizens and others who own property in South Africa.

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Expropriation / Confiscation
Free Market Foundation

FMF 2019 submission on Expropriation Bill

The FMF has identified various provisions in the Expropriation Bill that fall foul of the imperatives of property rights and of the advancement of human rights and the Rule of Law. Where appropriate, we recommend rectification or removal from the final version of the Bill.

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Crime
Nicholas Woode-Smith

Gang feuds must end

Communities need to work towards providing positive male role models, social clubs, and better alternatives to gangs for local youths.

Read More »
Job Seekers Exemption Certificate (JSEC)
Eustace Davie

JSEC: Job Seekers Exemption Certificate

The steps taken must offer hope of economic betterment to the millions of South Africans who are jobless and unskilled. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a way in which this can be done.

Read More »
Expropriation / Confiscation
Free Market Foundation

FMF 2021 submission on Expropriation Bill

In general, the Bill seeks to make it too easy for government to engage in expropriation in general, and must be beefed up with additional safeguards for the rights and interests of citizens and others who own property in South Africa.

Read More »
Expropriation / Confiscation
Free Market Foundation

FMF 2019 submission on Expropriation Bill

The FMF has identified various provisions in the Expropriation Bill that fall foul of the imperatives of property rights and of the advancement of human rights and the Rule of Law. Where appropriate, we recommend rectification or removal from the final version of the Bill.

Read More »