The Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) has an enviable record of policy analysis. While we at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) may have differences with its positions from time to time, SA would be a better and more prosperous place if its work had a greater influence on policy.

However, on the Expropriation Bill, as outlined by CDE director Ann Bernstein, it is mistaken (“Expropriation Bill is not as bad as portrayed, but the crux lies in implementation (../2021-04-11-ann-bernstein-expropriation-bill-is-not-as-bad-as-portrayed-but-the-crux-lies-in-implementation/)”, April 11)...

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