Articles authored by the Institute
The real threat to Mandela's legacy, John Kane-Berman argues, is not disintegrating racial harmony in South Africa but current economic policies that could damage growth.
The IRR's CEO, John Kane-Berman, warns that non-governmental organisations (NGOs) must resist the State's efforts to interfere with them.
John Kane-Berman, the CEO of the IRR, argues that the DA's reversal of support for aspects of the Employment Equity Bill are to its credit. He warns, however, that the ANC should not gloat about this as it will soon have to follow suit.
John Kane-Berman argues that the Democratic Alliance's policies are moving closer to that of the tripartite alliance's.
Anthea Jeffery says the opposition needs to revisit its support for damaging B-BBEE legislation, not just the EE Amendment Bill
In his fortnightly column in Business Day, the Institute's CEO, John Kane-Berman, argues that the government should stop wasting money on land reform because it will not fix the wrongs of the land acts.
John Kane-Berman explains why bargaining councils are bad for South Africa.
Frans Cronje writes about the policy battle between the 'verkramptes' and 'verligtes' in the ANC and increasing evidence that the 'verligtes' could win.
The spirit of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill of 2013 (the mining bill) seems to have permeated through to agriculture.
Anthea Jeffery, the Institute's Head of Special Research, argues that the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill will impose a raft of unrealistic expectations on an already embattled mining industry in South Africa.