African Liberty Features


Don’t undermine PROPERTY RIGHTS

David Ansara of the CRA speaks to Alexander C.R. Hammond, policy advisor at the Institute of Economic Affairs (UK) and senior fellow at African Liberty (USA), about the strong relationship between property rights and higher levels economic development. Hammond argues that the South African government cannot afford to undermine property rights by pushing ahead with its proposed policy of Expropriation Without Compensation (EWC).


Managing editor, Ibrahim B. Anoba joins Vision FM 92.1 Sokoto, Nigeria to discuss policy alternatives to statistism towards solving the country’s unemployment crisis.


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