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Gauteng townships deserve real development, which includes skilled foreign entrepreneurs

 09 Oct 20
Gauteng townships deserve real development, which includes skilled foreign entrepreneurs…


Socialist economic planning is disastrous for SA women and children

30 Sep 20   Sindile Vabaza
Socialist economic planning is disastrous for SA women and children…

The latest economic freedom report shows a worrying decline of property rights in SA

The latest economic freedom report shows a worrying decline of property rights in SA…

Perils of rising state power and dwindling personal rights

17 Sep 20   Dr Richard J. Grant
Perils of rising state power and dwindling personal rights…

Tread carefully with calls for ‘free data’ because it’s another promise government might not fulfil

31 Aug 20   Martin van Staden
Tread carefully with calls for ‘free data’ because it’s another promise government might not fulfil…

Why state stimulus measures are like (bad) karma

20 Aug 20   Neil Emerick
Why state stimulus measures are like (bad) karma…

The West may have to fight each other off for African labour to sustain welfare states

14 Aug 20   James Peron
The West may have to fight each other off for African labour to sustain welfare states…

Taxing inheritance will entrench, not decrease, racial inequality

Taxing inheritance will entrench, not decrease, racial inequality…

WhatsApp stokvels: Liberalise informal banking sector to fuel growth

17 Jul 20   Mpiyakhe Dhlamini
WhatsApp stokvels: Liberalise informal banking sector to fuel growth…

Draconian lockdown forces hard choices

01 Jul 20   Chris Hattingh
The negative effects of South Africa's hard lockdown continue to reverberate through the economy and broader society.…

Steps necessary to revitalise and create long term growth in the South African economy

05 Jun 20   Rob Jeffrey
Steps necessary to revitalise and create long term growth in the South African economy…

COVID-19 lockdown is exacerbating SA's economic woes

27 May 20   Chris Hattingh
COVID-19 lockdown is exacerbating SA's economic woes…

What real structural reform looks like

06 May 20   Martin van Staden
What real structural reform looks like…

How Covid-19 has shattered the lives of self-employed South Africans

02 May 20   Erik Peers
How Covid-19 has shattered the lives of self-employed South Africans…

Pandemics are costly and destructive, no matter what we do

24 Apr 20   James Peron
Pandemics are costly and destructive, no matter what we do…

Small businesses hit hard by national lockdown

17 Apr 20   Unathi Kwaza
Small businesses hit hard by national lockdown…

Moody’s should not be made the scapegoat for government’s failures

17 Apr 20   Jacques Jonker
Moody’s should not be made the scapegoat for government’s failures…

Media release: There is no uncertainty about the economic disaster caused by the lockdown

11 Apr 20  
Media release: There is no uncertainty about the economic disaster caused by the lockdown…

Produksie en spaargeld dryf n ekonomie

27 Feb 20   Jacques Jonker
The Suid-Afrikaanse ekonomie staar ‘n spaarkrisis in die gesig. Burgers kan nie bekostig om genoeg geld te spaar om die nodige kapitaal vir belegging te genereer nie.…

Media release: FMF 2020 Pre Budget Statement

25 Feb 20  
The South African economy is in crisis and the annual budget, this year on 26 February, will provide the most important indication of whether the catastrophe will deepen.…

The basic conditions which all markets need to succeed

14 Feb 20   James Peron
Planning is what every person does daily. There is no exception: even informal living and trading areas, and taxi ranks are planned.…