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The NHI Bill is ‘not doom and gloom’
The NHI Bill is ‘not doom and gloom’
While there is uncertainty about the role that private medical providers will play when the National Health Insurance Bill (NHI) gets implemented,...
South Africans must choose a Third Way to survive and progress
South Africans must choose a Third Way to survive and progress
Looking ahead to the elections, South Africa is in a particularly tight spot: its ailing economy being compressed by increased foreign competition,...
R100 000 bet on SAA's future
R100 000 bet on SAA's future
South African Airways chief executive Vuyani Jarana announced on Monday that he is taking up a R100 000 challenge proposed by the Free Market...
Liberalism isn’t married to capitalism
Liberalism isn’t married to capitalism
I have never written about my views on people who wear Crocs. I also have not written before about how I see the relationship between liberalism...
Black liberalism is an apology for capitalism 
Black liberalism is an apology for capitalism 
Eusebius McKaiser’s important article (“A...
No end to SAA’s nightmares
No end to SAA’s nightmares
The nation’s beleaguered airline has breathing room until October 31 — Halloween, after which its debt demons may return to haunt it with a...
Bargaining extension fought on constitutional grounds
Bargaining extension fought on constitutional grounds
In yet another challenge to the principle of extending bargaining council agreements in South Africa to non-parties, the Free Market Foundation has...
SA slips down economic-freedom ranking
SA slips down economic-freedom ranking
It has taken less than a decade for South Africa to slide 40 places in the Economic Freedom of the World Annual Report rankings, the Free Market...
No sweet deal
No sweet deal
Big Sugar has been granted increased protection just as the global sugar price has reached a 28-year high.
SA slips down economic freedom rankings
SA slips down economic freedom rankings
South Africa's economic freedom ranking has dropped five places in the past year to 54 out of 141 countries, according to Economic Freedom of...
Foundation takes aim at 'monolithic' Eskom
Foundation takes aim at 'monolithic' Eskom
The energy market should be privatised and deregulated for the electricity crisis in South Africa to be solved, the Free Market Foundation (FMF)...
But do they think?
But do they think?
Incredulity: how else was one to react to the news that an American think tank had recently dished out a series of awards to other think tanks --...

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Software licensing should be getting simpler, but it's not
Utility outages: looking at the big picture
UKZN scientists get L'Or'eal-UNESCO Women in Science grants