Speaker: Temba Nolutshungu, FMF Director

Would a particular political party or a coalition be better or worse for individual and economic freedom in South Africa?

About Temba A Nolutshungu

Temba has been the Free Market Foundation liaison with Parliament for many years. He is familiar with all the parties, their leaders, and the policies they promote. That he is political-party neutral allows him to provide a unique insight into the potential outcomes of the coming elections,  As one of the pioneers of the black consciousness movement his inevitable collision with the apartheid state saw him traverse the ideological spectrum from an inveterate communist to an advocate of classical liberalism. Temba ascribes this metamorphosis to the fact that the apartheid state was omnipotent, dictating the lives of blacks from cradle to grave. Having been detained twice under the Terrorism Act, his resolve to be instrumental in limiting the power of government was strengthened by his immersion in the writings of Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman, Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell.

Thursday, 25 April 2019

17h45 – 18h15 Registration (Registration & eats and nibbles)
18h15 – 20h00 (Presentation + Q&A)


Free Market Foundation, Block 5 Bryanston Gate, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston
(opposite Sandton Medi-Clinic)

For more information and to RSVP for each person attending by clicking here.

The Entry fee R50 per person
at door
Media free

(If you cannot join us, no need to RSVP)

You will be able to watch this event LIVE via the FMF’s Facebook page by clicking this link: https://www.facebook.com/FMFSA/
Once on the FMF Facebook page, please scroll down until you find the presentation live streaming. Please note: the video remains available on Facebook after the event (though you will need to scroll down further to find it). OR you can watch it on our YouTube channel – usually uploaded within a day or two: https://www.youtube.com/user/channelfmf


Media enquiries
For more information and to arrange for photographs and interviews, contact:
Jayne Boccaleone
082 904 3616

Other enquiries
Joan Evans
011 884 0270