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The unreasonable nature of drug laws

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In May 2024 President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the Cannabis for Private Purposes Act of 2024 into law. While this represents a step towards realising the

The State should not be increasing the price of goods

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The South African Revenue Service (SARS) announced that it will impose a 45% import tax on goods that cost R500 or less, imported from China

The South African taxpayer needs a break

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In South Africa, we are subjected to a state that provides education, healthcare, and employment for citizens. However, since a state does not generate any

Capacitating the criminal justice system a must

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With South Africa having one of the highest violent crime rates in the world, the government needs to place more focus on the security and

Fresh Produce Market Inquiry has shades of central planning

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The Competition Commission is back in the news again, this time trying to unironically legislate ‘competition’ into being. The final terms of reference for the

Laws and exclusion

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Law has been used as an instrument of terror towards indigenous South Africans. The terrorism that saw the displacement of aboriginal Black South Africans and

What does Competition Law in South Africa seek to achieve?

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The objectives sought by a particular piece of legislation are usually set out in the preamble. Yet, what happens when a law has multiple objectives

The absurdity of racialism

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Living in South Africa, it is impossible to escape the raison d’être of Verwoerd and his ilk, decades after their death and 25 years into