FMF NEWSLETTER 21 October 2020

22 October 2020
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FMF NEWSLETTER 21 October 2020   
 
FMF update  

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

New FMF article  

Pondering the minutiae of the Economic Recovery Plan is a waste of time – Leon Louw

Do not waste time pondering the minutiae of Ramaphosa’s Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan (ERRP). There is only one way to create wealth for all: freedom from anti-growth spending, controls and taxes. The ERRP must be judged by how well it measures up.

The only way to know that is to see where it will take the country on the annual Economic Freedom of the World Index (EFW) (here). This is the internationally recognised measure of the extent to which economic systems are free or unfree. The world’s experience shows that if you move up the Index and become more free, even if you start low, you prosper. If you move down, even if you start high, you stagnate.

To read further, please click here.

Latest FMF event videos  

Expropriation without compensation (EWC) and post-lockdown South Africa
BLSA-FMF discussion: EWC and post-lockdown South Africa: Turning a disaster into an opportunity

SAVE the dates  

Monday, 19 Saturday, 24 October 2020  2020 Libertarian Seminar (LibSem) click here for more information

Thursday, 29 Ocober 2020 "2020 Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance Virtual Summit"
The Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance (GTIPA) represents a network of over 40 leading global think tanks dedicated to advancing a positive view of trade, globalization, and innovation for the benefit of the world's citizens. For more information click
 here

Free Marketeers episodes (upcoming podcast)  

Thursday, 29 October 2020  Walking the tightrope - Analysing the 2020 MTBPS with Dawie Roodt

Our podcasts are also available on Apple, Spotify, and Google
FMF in the media  

Media releases – Retirement fund announcement reflects a doomsday mentality
Ramaphosa’s Recovery Plan – the good, the bad, the indifferent and what's needed

FMF CEO Statement  Eskom and Matjhabeng municipal farms scandal went unnoticed

Interview on SABC Morning Live Economic recovery plan | Is the proposed privatisation of certain train routes the way to go? Part 1 Leon Louw
Interview on NewsfeedAM
The president's economic recovery plan Leon Louw

Khaya Lam video Clanwilliam title deed ceremony

Khaya Lam media releases
 A further 162 title deeds in Kwakwatsi, Ngwathe, Free State
Full title deeds through Bond Cancellation. Land Reform breakthrough by Remgro, Cederberg Municipality and FMF in Clanwilliam, Western Cape

Quarterly Review: July 2020 – September 2020
Media Digest & Cuttings September 2020 for all media coverage

Human Action
A new movie, produced by the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation, on one of the most important economists in history – Ludwig von Mises.
Click here to watch.

Worth readings  
Global Health Bureaucrats want even more power to impose their plans across national borders
SA to allow municipalities to source their own power
Average inflation targeting risks further politicizing the Fed
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