Update on the FMF R1.5 Million Challenge - R406,053 already reached!

Dear Friend of the FMF,

R406,053 of R1.5 million target already reached!

To all of our wonderful friends who have donated so far we would like to express our deepest gratitude. Thanks to you, we are almost a third of the way towards our target of R1,5 Million ; which is now within reach!

No amount is too small – help us to chip away at that target

Don’t be put off by the size of the target amount, our sponsor will boost any donation made before 8 January by 50%. A donation of as little as R200 will be boosted to a sizeable R300 and R500 becomes R750. Every little bit helps so please consider making a donation today.

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Help us in our goal to end mass unemployment in SA

-          FMF Youth Coordinator Phumlani Majozi gives us his views on the devastating effect unemployment is having on South Africa's young black people in this short video

-     FMF director, Eustace Davie, writes about the unemployment problem and possible solutions:

The free market is the only way to rapidly reduce SA’s mass unemployment

In a free market there would not be legislation, such as the legislation being challenged by the FMF and NEASA, which prevents job seekers from entering into agreements with employers on mutually agreeable terms. Read more…


The inhumanity of powers granted to Bargaining Councils by unjust laws

The loss of jobs and hardships imposed on small businesses by the extension of Bargaining Council Agreements to micro and small businesses is inhumane. It is these businesses that have the potential to provide jobs to the majority of the 8.4 million people who are currently unemployed. Read more…

 Will you accept the challenge?

 Every donor will receive a free paperback copy of Jobs Jobs Jobs

Compiled by Temba A. Nolutshungu this book is a must-read for all concerned South Africans. Everyone who donates before 8 January will be sent a copy of Jobs Jobs Jobs on request (while stocks last) - simply donate and email accounts@fmfsa.org to request your free copy.

Give the FMF a head-start for 2015

Help us to increase the intensity and scope of our 2015 campaigns towards bringing about a happier, more peaceful and prosperous nation.  

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Ayanda Khumalo


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