FMF NEWSLETTER 24 AUGUST 2017

 

FMF NEWSLETTER 24 AUGUST 2017 

 
EDITORIAL  

Dear friend of the FMF

In this week’s feature article, FMF Acting Chairman Ayanda Khumalo sets out the guiding moral philosophical principles adopted by the FMF at its founding in 1975 to oppose apartheid and work for freedom for all South Africans. In the article he describes how the Khaya Lam project is co-operating with municipalities to give title deeds to residents in former apartheid rental properties. He also describes how private health care can ensure quality health care for all, and how the Rule of Law project seeks to ensure that all legislation is consistent with the rule of law and the SA constitution.

FEATURE article  

Free Market Foundation founded on moral economic principles – AYANDA KHUMALO

The Free Market Foundation (FMF) has for forty-two years been working for freedom and prosperity for all. All these years later the FMF continues to argue for government policies that will benefit all South Africans. The FMF is non-partisan and its major focus is on putting forward policies that will improve the lives of all South Africans, particularly the poorest and most vulnerable members of the population.

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Wednesday, September 27 EVENING TALK  Garreth Bloor @ 18H00 @ FMF – more info to follow 

LIVE STREAMING IS AVAILABLE FOR ALL EVENTS via the FMF’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FMFSA/

WORTH reading  

Corporate charity as political intervention
Nobody is stealing your data – Here’s the proof
Revision plans for copyright bill raise MPs’ ire
Op-Ed: Don’t compensate the poor for their exclusion – focus on inclusion

FMF in the media  

Media releas Twin Peaks now law – a sad day for SA’s financial services consumers

Media digests JULY 2017 for all media coverage

SOCIAL media  

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*New FMF – Habits of highly effective countries: Lessons for South Africa (2006)

*New Mariné Erasmus – National Health Insurance

*New Johann Serfontein – National Health Insurance

Russell Lamberti – South Africa: failing economy and life after the downgrade
Jasson Urbach & Johann Serfontein – NHI pie in the sky

Martyn Davies and Leon Louw – The secret of China’s success: innovation and entrepreneurship
South Africa: The Solution (1987)

Twin Peaks - how Treasury will cost SA an additional R4,8bn per year
FMF –  A constitution worth fighting for (1996)
Leon Louw – Radical Economic Transformation
Rex van Schalkwyk – Rule of Law 1 of 2 – What it is not
Rex van Schalkwyk – Rule of Law 2 of 2 – What it is

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