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Karel | 12 Aug, 2019
[Opinion] State capture likely to happen again
Chris Hattingh
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29 Sep, 2022

In early September Chief Justice Raymond Zondo delivered the keynote address at an event organised by News24. In speaking on the topic of state capture, and whether he thinks something similar could happen again in the future, the Chief Justice indicated that he thought there was a high likelihood the ANC would once again fail to use its majority in parliament to deal with it.

[Opinion] Economic freedom in our lifetime?
Chris Hattingh
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08 Sep, 2022

Wishing differently doesn’t change reality; all the pronouncements of the state cannot just force wealth creation into being. With less economic freedom comes more dependence on the state – a necessary feature, not an accident, of the ideology that is the National Democratic Revolution (NDR).

[Letter] Difficult regulations stymie growth
Chris Hattingh
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30 Aug, 2022

With a small economy such as ours, regulations and policies that make it more difficult for skilled foreign workers and businesses to invest time and capital here, represent a serious risk to future economic growth.

Onteiening van eiendom sonder vergoeding
Chris Hattingh
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26 Aug, 2022

Die Instituut vir Rasseverhoudings sê Suid-Afrikaners het net meer as 'n maand oor om 'n beroep op parlementslede te doen vir die verwerping van die Wetsontwerp op Onteiening.

[Press Release] South Africa’s dysfunctional municipalities – why the decay?
Chris Hattingh
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25 Aug, 2022

The latest Macro Review, a report published by the Centre For Risk Analysis (CRA), details the current state of South Africa’s municipalities. It finds that most of South Africa’s municipalities are in serious financial trouble. They also lack the capacity to adequately deliver services, feeding into increased protest action, and negatively impacting investment and economic growth.

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