FMF NEWSLETTER 15 April 2020


FMF NEWSLETTER 15 April 2020     
FMF update  
To all our supporters, members, friends, and the South African public, please take all necessary steps to remain safe and healthy in these very difficult times. 

The FMF has been hard at work researching the impact of the lockdown, especially the impact of regulations on poorer South Africans.

To read all of the FMF's work on the COVID-19 lockdown thus far, click here.
New FMF article  

Civil liberty during a state of disaster or emergency in SA – MARTIN VAN STADEN

The coronavirus lockdown has brought to the fore of public discourse the question of civil liberty during times of public crisis, particularly regarding the “limitation” and “derogation” (or suspension) of South Africans’ constitutional rights in the Bill of Rights. This paper considers this and other questions.

To read further, please click here.

Latest FMF event video   

A horrible budget in horrible times – Dawie Roodt

Latest Free Marketeers episodes  

COVID-19: A view from the UK & potential impact on global trade
COVID-19 update, privacy concerns, & the best policies for SA going forward

FMF in the media  

Medie release – There is no uncertainty about the economic disaster caused by the lockdown
Media release – Beware benign interpretation of government power in times of crisis
Media release – COVID-19 highlights the critical need for more spectrum to lower cost of data
FMF latest video National Health Insurance Dawie Roodt & Unathi Kwaza
Media Digest & Cuttings MARCH 2020 for all media coverage

Worth readings  

Why rationing food instead of raising prices could be exposing more people to COVID-19
Capitalism is still working, thank goodness
Free enterprise is making the world better


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