Mashaba has promised to give all black people in townships full freehold title for free.— Leon Louw, FMF
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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
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