FMF NEWSLETTER 13 January 2021

 

FMF NEWSLETTER 13 January 2021   
 
New FMF article  

Only a free market can halt SA's decline in 2021 Chris Hattingh

In a post-lockdown world - where populist sentiment and isolationism will find fertile ground - South Africa can, by adopting the right policies, become a place of maximal investment and job creation. A shift from redistributionism to wealth creation is vital. There is not just one big wealth pie to be divided up by the government every year between those who have the necessary political connections; rather, people need the freedom to bake their own pies.

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Wednesday, 27 January 2021Upcoming LIVE podcast – South Africa's unemployment crisis  Ann Bernstein  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUISeYl7OCM

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Constitutional rights and their limitations: A critical appraisal of the COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa (African Human Rights Law Journal)Martin van Staden

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FMF in the media  

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FMF articles
Christmas – the importance of emotional profit
– James Peron
ANC followed Chinese Communist Party playbook in lockdown, sacrificing our freedom – Zakhele Mthembu
Numerous problems plague the NHI plan – Sindile Vabaza
Why the WEF's 'Great Reset' is a utopian ideal – Rex van Schalkwyk
Amending the Constitution and Expropriation without Compensation – Robert W Vivian
Capitalism is not recent or 'Western', it is natural and necessary for prosperity – Dr Dioné Harley
African norms are not compatible with expropriation without compensation – Zakhele Mthembu

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New era of trade between African countries begins
The lesson we should learn from 2020
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