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FMF NEWSLETTER 6 November 2019

FMF NEWSLETTER 6 November 2019
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ARTICLE of the week

 

Working together, South Africans can grow a strong economy! – EUSTACE DAVIE

Winning the rugby World Cup has shown what South Africans can do if they put aside differences and work together. What can we do to allow the spirit and courage that the Springboks displayed on the rugby field to spill over into the hearts and minds of all South Africans? From Japan, the team appealed for everyone to co-operate with each other and make South Africans a proud nation. A co-operating nation can work wonders. A squabbling and unhappy nation will continue to drift towards poverty and misery.

Note what Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi, said after his team had won the World Cup: "Since I've been alive, I have never seen South Africa like this. Obviously in '95, what the World Cup did for us, and now …with all the challenges we are having, the coach just came and told us before the last game, ‘We're not playing for ourselves any more. We're playing for our people back home.’ That's what we wanted to do today, and we really appreciate all the support. People in the taverns, people in the shebeens, people in farms, homeless people and people in rural areas - thank you so much, we appreciate the support.”

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UPCOMING FMF event

 

Wednesday, 13 November 2019 EVENING EVENT – The current state of the airline industry and the airline industry of the state – Erik Venter, highly respected, long serving ex CEO of Comair – 17:45 for 18h15 @ FMF – RSVP  http://www.freemarketfoundation.com/View-Event?i=219

NHI Bill

 

NB: The proposed draft of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill is open for comment.
Interested parties are invited to submit written comments on the proposed Bill.
The deadline is 29 November 2019.
More details can be found here.

Read: Pause the NHI, fix the public health sector first

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FMF in the media

 

Media Digest & Cuttings OCTOBER 2019 for all media coverage

WORTH reading

 

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