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iol.co.za
'New booze laws will do more harm than good'South Africa’s drinking age from 18 to 21 is not feasible and will hurt small b
'New booze laws will do more harm than good'
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
South Africa’s drinking age from 18 to 21 is not feasible and will hurt small businesses. This was the assertion of the Free Market Foundation (FMF) think-tank and the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc) on... Read more
7d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Nafcoc will fight proposed increase in minimum drinking ageNafcoc president Lawrence Mavundla said the proposed bill was unfair and unreal
Nafcoc will fight proposed increase in minimum drinking age
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 7 days ago
Nafcoc president Lawrence Mavundla said the proposed bill was unfair and unrealistic. Also at the briefing was Free Market Foundation executive director Leon Louw who also opposed the bill. Mavundla said they were waiting for the... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
NHI International Lessons in Universal Healthcarefor universal health care. There are ample examples from OECD countries where u
NHI International Lessons in Universal Healthcare
News 24 South Africa / Posted 7 days ago
for universal health care. There are ample examples from OECD countries where universal health care is guaranteed without imposing a single-payer model. Senior Healthcare Consultant - HealthMan Health Policy Unite Member - Free Market Fou... Read more
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iol.co.za
Oliphant hails FMF’s court bid as a ‘victory’Johannesburg - The Labour Minister has hailed the failed court bid by the Free
Oliphant hails FMF’s court bid as a ‘victory’
iol.co.za / Posted 19 days ago
Johannesburg - The Labour Minister has hailed the failed court bid by the Free Market Foundation (FMF) against sections of the Labour Relations Act as a “victory for collective bargaining in SA”. The foundation wanted the court to amend section 32... Read more
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iol.co.za
Free Market Foundation 'considering whether to appeal'Johannesburg - The Free Market Foundation (FMF) says it is “delighted” about th
Free Market Foundation 'considering whether to appeal'
iol.co.za / Posted 19 days ago
Johannesburg - The Free Market Foundation (FMF) says it is “delighted” about the High Court ruling on its collective bargaining challenge, although it would still consider whether to appeal the loss. The Pretoria court dismissed the foundation’s... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
NHI Fund Doomed to Failcurrently employs 89000 full time people. If the Government is unable to run a
NHI Fund Doomed to Fail
News 24 South Africa / Posted 20 days ago
currently employs 89000 full time people. If the Government is unable to run a R8 Billion fund efficiently, how is a R256 Billion fund going to be any different?? Senior Healthcare Consultant: HealthMan Health Policy Unit: Free Market Fou... Read more
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iol.co.za
Free Market Foundation loses collective bargaining caseJohannesburg - The Free Market Foundation has lost its court challenge seeking
Free Market Foundation loses collective bargaining case
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
Johannesburg - The Free Market Foundation has lost its court challenge seeking to force the Labour Minister to alter some aspects of the collective bargaining system in South Africa. On Wednesday, the High Court in Pretoria dismissed the... Read more

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