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Taken together, these laws and bills represent an almost comprehensive package that existentially threatens the continued free and open nature of South Africa’s public discourse.
Silencing Dissent: Measures Enabling the South African Government to Manipulate Democratic Discourse
These measures, taken in isolation, would do harm to constitutional rights and freedoms, but taken together threaten the very rules of South Africa’s democratic game.
David Ansara was featured in the Independent on Saturday expressing the FMF’s doubts about the workability of National Health Insurance.
For all its positives, democracy has a faulty premise. It presumes, in error, that bringing together a group of people to vote or otherwise collectively
The Free Market Foundation insists that organised business must change its future approach to dealings with government, and reject the NHI proposal with the contempt that it deserves.
Martin van Staden was featured in the Cape Argus expressing the FMF’s preference for the Port of Cape Town to be privatised or handed to
Should SA capture the experience, capital, and thrift of its 1 million first generation citizens living abroad, I see parallel success in politics, business and
Competition Commission Summary The Free Market Foundation is of the view that the draft Public Interest Guidelines for Merger Control undermines the constitutional imperative of
The Cape independence movement is South Africa’s best catalyst for political decentralisation, which is in turn a necessary condition for secure liberty.
Zakhele Mthembu appeared on Newzroom Afrika to discuss South Africa’s onerous labour regulations.
We need urgent action to get unemployed South Africans into the job market.
Nicholas Woode-Smith was featured in Engineering News on Friday, 10 November, on South Africa’s trade with BRICS partners.