VIDEOS


Let entrepreneurship reign – less government and more entrepreneurship - Sikonathi Mantshantsha

03 Jun 19
Financial Mail Deputy Editor Sikonathi Mantshantsha presented his view of the current South African political and economic landscapes.…

Can 8 May give us competition in government? - Temba Nolutshungu

26 Apr 19
Can 8 May give us competition in government? - Temba Nolutshungu…

Causes and consequences of Zimbabwe's dire economic predicament - David Coltart

07 Mar 19  
Causes and consequences of Zimbabwe's dire economic predicament - David Coltart…

So that was the budget: what now for South Africa? - Dawie Roodt

28 Feb 19  
Dawie Roodt presents his take on the 2019 Budget; what it means to you and how you can prepare for life after the budget.…

How to stop expropriation without compensation - Mark Oppenheimer

31 Jan 19  
How to stop expropriation without compensation - Mark Oppenheimer…

America in the age of Trump – John Fund

20 Dec 18  
Under President Donald Trump there has been both political and policy turbulence.…

FMF Energy Briefing – Dr. Anthonie Cilliers

06 Dec 18  
The Draft 2018 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP2018) has split the energy community apart in an ugly acrimonious debate, including personal attacks and accusations of malicious dishonesty.…

Expropriation without compensation conference in a nutshell

27 Nov 18  
Temba A. Nolutshungu looks back over the 2-day EWC conference and provides a summary of the issues discussed, and discusses a few of the solutions which were presented.…

It is not necessary to amend the Constitution for land reform – Phephelaphi Dube

27 Nov 18  
Phephelaphi Dube makes the argument that the Constitution does not need to be amended.…

Expropriation will cause job losses and economic decline – leave section 25 alone – Petrus Sitho

27 Nov 18  
Petrus Sitho delivers a powerful rebuke to the proponents of EWC.…

Land reform: Government should create owners, not tenants – Terence Corrigan

27 Nov 18  
Terence Corrigan examines why the land reform process should be realigned to ensure that property owners in their full right, not simply tenants of the state.…

Expropriation without compensation: A barrier to entry for poor South Africans – Devon Windvogel

27 Nov 18  
Devon Windvogel unpacks the effects which EWC will have on poor people in South Africa.…

Subdivision law hinders quick rural land reform – Martin van Staden

27 Nov 18  
Martin van Staden unpacks the impact of subdivision law on the land reform process in South Africa.…

How removing RDP pre-emptive clauses will make home ownership a reality – Candice Pillay

27 Nov 18  
Candice Pillay analyses why pre-emptive clauses mean people are not true owners of their homes, and why they need to be removed.…

Fast, affordable, simple – Khaya Lam’s property transfer process – Eustace Davie

27 Nov 18  
Eustace Davie details the workings of Khaya Lam's property transfer process, and why it is one of the best ways for people to obtain the title deed to their rightful property.…

First time home owners, Ngwathe – Maria Klaas & David Ubane

27 Nov 18  
Two participants of the FMF's Khaya Lam land reform project talk about their experiences of the process and as new home owners.…

Transforming the urban landscape through FMF’s Khaya Lam Project – Temba A. Nolutshungu

27 Nov 18  
Temba A. Nolutshungu details the history and work of the FMF's Khaya Lam land reform project.…

Never again must South Africans be subject to expropriation without compensation – Lawrence Mavundla

27 Nov 18  
Lawrence Mavundla explains the current expropriation without compensation being perpetrated on many black South Africans, and why this needs to be addressed as urgently as possible.…

The disaster of expropriation without compensation in Eastern Europe and Asia – Tom G. Palmer

27 Nov 18  
Tom Palmer provides examples of countries where property rights were dismantled, and the devastating effects of this process upon those countries.…

Pursuing free markets in Burundi – Aimable Manirakiza

27 Nov 18  
Aimable Manirakiza talks about the work of his organisation in Burundi and its relevance for the current situation in South Africa.…

Lessons from Kenya on expropriation of property – Linda Kavuka

27 Nov 18  
Linda Kavuka examines the current land situation in Kenya, how they tried to solve their challenges, and implores South Africans to not make the same mistakes.…