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Political correctness is supposed to protect me, but I reject its censorship

 10 May 18
Freedom of expression and individual liberty are prerequisites for a free, open and equal society as promised in the constitution, yet this freedom is always in a precarious position in any society, especially in South Africa. It requires eternal vig…

Angels and demons and the draconian liquor amendment bill

 19 Mar 18
Liquor is such a demonised product. It is advocated almost as a lethal poison that evil-minded producers and retailers would wish to administer.…

The virtue of self-interest

14 Mar 18   Temba A Nolutshungu
The capacity and need to act in one’s own self-interest is a primordial instinct, irretrievably embedded in the DNA that prescribes human conduct.…

A message for Cyril about the 9.422 million unemployed – Just Let Them Work!

21 Dec 17   Temba A Nolutshungu
I address this article to Cyril Ramaphosa, the newly elected President of the ANC en route to the Presidency of South Africa.…

The higher the growth, the better human wellbeing

08 Nov 17   Temba A Nolutshungu
That better human wellbeing is the outcome of higher economic growth is illustrated by the findings published in The Economic Freedom of the World report.…

South Africa at the tipping point?

26 Oct 17   Temba A Nolutshungu
“The market is the creator of social wealth and the wellspring of self-sustaining economic development” Li Keqiang, Premier, People’s Republic of China…

Affirmative action and socio-economic challenges – what are the solutions?

31 Aug 17   Temba A Nolutshungu
South Africa’s ostensibly intractable socio-economic problems are a consequence of government policy, whether deliberate or unintentional.…