PUBLICATIONS


Submission on Eskom’s Revenue Application Multi-Year Price Determination – 2019/20 to 2021/22 (MYPD 4)

30 Nov 18
There are powerful economic reasons why the continuation of the current Eskom vertical monopoly structure of the utility should be discontinued.…

Submission on Economic Regulation of Transport Bill

27 Nov 18
The FMF is concerned that this Bill serves no other purpose than to add extra layers of bureaucracy and red tape to the transportation industry, during a time when South Africa is experiencing near-zero economic growth.…

Submission on Integrated Resource Plan

26 Oct 18  
The FMF welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP).…

Submission on Draft Financial Sector Laws Amendment Bill

24 Oct 18  
The National Treasury has published, for public comment by 7 Nov 2018, a draft Financial Sector Laws Amendment Bill which has been approved by the Cabinet.…

Submission on National Health Insurance Bill

21 Sep 18  
On 21 June 2018, the South African government gazetted the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill.…

Submission on Medical Schemes Amendment Bill

21 Sep 18  
The National Department of Health (NDOH) published the Medical Scheme Amendment (MSA) Bill on 21 June 2018…

Submission on Climate Change Bill

13 Aug 18  
On 8 June 2018, the Department of Environmental Affairs invited comments on the proposed draft Climate Change Bill. This period endured until 8 August 2018.…

Submission on Tobacco Bill and SEIA

13 Aug 18  
The Free Market Foundation objects in principle to the draft Control of Tobacco and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill, 2018.…

Submission on Draft Regulations to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) Bill

25 Jun 18  
This comment deals fundamentally with the nature of the Draft Regulations and the extent to which they are consistent or inconsistent with the requirements of South Africa’s Constitution.…

Submission on Expropriation Without Compensation

18 Jun 18  
Apartheid’s characterising feature was its denial of private property rights to black South Africans.…

Evidence submitted to the Tax Commission

08 Jun 18  
The FMF has decided to ask for a hearing on taxation because of its concern over the state of the economy.…

Evidence to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health

05 Jun 18  
Outline of proposed evidence submitted to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health on 21 April 1997…

Evidence led to Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mineral and Energy Affairs

05 Jun 18  
Outline of evidence led to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mineral and Energy Affairs on 16 April 1997…

Submission on Political Party Funding Bill

01 Jun 18  
There has been little public criticism of the Bill, yet it has potentially disastrous unintended consequences in store for our democracy.…

Submission on BBBEE Codes

23 May 18  
Submission on BBBEE Codes…

Oral evidence on MYPD 3 Application to NERSA

23 May 18  
Oral evidence on MYPD 3 Application to NERSA…

Submission on the Johannesburg Inclusionary Housing Policy

30 Apr 18  
There are better ways to secure affordable housing for low-income households than forcing private developers, who have not infringed on anyone’s rights, into unprofitable and risky ventures.…

Submission on the National Minimum Wage Bill, 2017

19 Mar 18  
Submission on the National Minimum Wage Bill, 2017…

Submission on Labour Relations Amendment Bill 2017

19 Mar 18  
Submission on Labour Relations Amendment Bill 2017…

Submission on End-user and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations

05 Mar 18  
The draft Amendments propose a new Regulation that would oblige licensees to provide prepaid data bundles with a minimum expiry period of three years.…

Submission on draft Amendments to FAIS Codes of Conduct

28 Feb 18  
Submission on draft Amendments to FAIS Codes of Conduct…

Submission on the Competition Amendment Bill

16 Feb 18  
The Competition Amendment Bill, and South Africa’s competition policy regime in general, is permeated by a fundamental misunderstanding of the economics of competition and of the Rule of Law.…