Mashaba has promised to give all black people in townships full freehold title for free.— Leon Louw, FMF
What can we expect for Johannesburg’s new mayor, Herman Mashaba?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Free Market Foundation Executive Director Leon Louw.
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Mashaba has his heart in the right place. However, he faces obvious challenges as he doesn’t have a majority.— Leon Louw, FMF
He is an extraordinarily optimistic person. Nothing will stop him!— Leon Louw, FMF
He had to resign from the Free Market Foundation when he joined the DA.— Leon Louw, FMF
You cannot get bureaucrats to fix robots as efficiently as private contractors.— Leon Louw, FMF
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews FNB Economist Mamello Matikinca.
President Jacob Zuma says the Fica Bill infringes on the rights of powerful people. BLSA says this objection is without merit.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews the famed activist about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.)
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews the Accountability Now director about his book, “Confronting the Corrupt”.
Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mashaba about his latest book “Capitalist Crusader – Fighting Poverty through Economic Growth”.
Jesus said poverty will always be with us. He was right, because poverty is relative, says the Free Market Foundation’s Leon Louw.
Spokesperson for Transport Minister, Dipou Peters, says learners will be given an opportunity to become good and safe drivers.
Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane says he paid for his R80 0000 sound system at his house in Pretoria.
The brains behind the South African Politician Awards denies that he is hosting the event to rub shoulders with political bigwigs.
Former Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela addressed the Cape Town Press Club on a number of issues.
Minister Bathabile Dlamini's spokesperson says people should stop spreading lies that minister drinks alcohol.
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Chuma spends her days making art and her nights on a bench in The Company's Garden in Cape Town where she displays her artwork.