On Tuesday 13 June 2023, the first house of Parliament, the National Assembly, passed the controversial National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill that will do nothing more than ensure all South Africans receive an equal share of a failed public health care system.
On 22 May, the FW de Klerk Foundation made a submission to the Select Committee on Security and Justice of the National Council of Provinces on the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill (the Bill).
In his recent articles on the Constitution, Prof Koos Malan expresses the view that those of us who supported the constitutional transformation of South Africa between 1989 and 1996 were motivated by some kind of liberal-religious delusion. Dave Steward, Chairman of the FW de Klerk Foundation, responds.
Mothers in South Africa Face Triple Challenge of Inequality, Unemployment and Poverty By Christina Teichmann, FW de Klerk Foundation Board Member The FW de
International Workers’ Day – What do South Africans have to celebrate? Issued By the FW de Klerk Foundation on 28/04/2023 By Christina Teichmann Since
Electoral Bill: Missed Opportunities and Unconstitutional Quagmire The new Electoral Amendment Act was signed into law on 17 April this year. Unfortunately, it fails to comply in