Articles authored by the Institute
In his monthly column in Rapport newspaper, the Institute's Deputy CEO, Frans Cronje, says that 500 000 individuals, or approximately 1.5% of the population, paid 50% of the income tax received by the State.
The 1994 transition liberated black South Africans from oppression, but also liberated whites, writes Frans Cronje.
In his fortnightly column in Business Day newspaper, John Kane-Berman does not believe that 'Guptagate' will change the ANC's corrupt ways.
In his fortnightly column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, says that the Licensing of Business Bill of 2013 is another step closer to bringing about a 'national democratic society' through the National Democratic Revolution. The ANC recommitted itself to this objective at the national conference in Mangaung in December last year.
John Kane-Berman, the CEO of the Institute, says that unions such as Cosatu and Sadtu "are fond of posturing as revolutionaries. But when it comes to opening up opportunities to the black jobless, they are the most reactionary force on the block."
In his fortnightly column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, writes that despite the Government's warning that "social spending is not a substitute for job creation" the Government's policies are not conducive to growth or job creation.
In his fortnightly column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, says that there are several signs that the ANC is afraid of opposition parties.
Book review: 'War in Peace: The Truth about the South African Police's East Rand Riot Unit 1986 - 1994'
Few books have yet been written about the ‘people’s war’ waged by the African National Congress (ANC) from 1984 to 1994. Nick Howarth’s book, War in Peace, helps remedy that defect.
John Kane-Berman, the Chief Executive of the Institute, wrote in Business Day today that threats to the constitution have galvanized many South Africans into action, which may have the long-term consequence of safeguarding it.
In his fortnightly column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, questions whether the recent cancellation of several Non Profit Organisations' registration by the Department of Social Development really was accidental. In the light of envisioned legislation to put the country's NPOs under state control, the State could have had a more sinister agenda.