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FMF’s Khaya Lam project wins FW De Klerk Foundation Goodwill Award

The Free Market Foundation’s (FMF) Khaya Lam project received the Goodwill Award from the FW De Klerk Foundation. The Khaya Lam project is an initiative that facilitates the transfer of title deeds to the rightful owners of municipal homes. To date, the project has facilitated the transfer of over 13 000 title deeds.

Speaking at the awards ceremony, which was held at the Table Bay hotel in Cape Town, FMF CEO, David Ansara, said that ‘the FMF is humbled by the award, and the recognition by the FW De Klerk Foundation. The award is an acknowledgement of the importance of property rights for all South Africans, not just of those who are fortunate enough to own property but also to all South Africans who aspire to improve their economic circumstances.

‘The FMF would like to thank the donors, municipalities, and conveyancers, who have helped the Khaya Lam project to succeed’, he continued.

Since its inception in 1975, the FMF has been committed to upholding the private property rights of existing property owners, as well as to extending property rights to all people in South Africa, regardless of their race or background.

As part of this commitment, in 2010 the FMF initiated the Khaya Lam project – meaning ‘Our Home’ in isiZulu – to help guarantee the property rights of municipal tenants across the country.

Since then, the Khaya Lam project has grown in scale and reach. A significant milestone of over 13,000 title deeds successfully being transferred to their rightful owners has since been achieved.

The FMF is grateful to the FW De Klerk Foundation for its ongoing commitment to upholding constitutional democracy, the rule of law, and private property rights in South Africa.held at the Table Bay hotel in Cape Town, FMF CEO, David Ansara, said that ‘the FMF is humbled by the award, and the recognition by the FW De Klerk Foundation. The award is an acknowledgement of the importance of property rights for all South Africans, not just of those who are fortunate enough to own property but also to all South Africans who aspire to improve their economic circumstances.

‘The FMF would like to thank the donors, municipalities, and conveyancers, who have helped the Khaya Lam project to succeed’, he continued.

Since its inception in 1975, the FMF has been committed to upholding the private property rights of existing property owners, as well as to extending property rights to all people in South Africa, regardless of their race or background.

As part of this commitment, in 2010 the FMF initiated the Khaya Lam project – meaning ‘Our Home’ in isiZulu – to help guarantee the property rights of municipal tenants across the country.

Since then, the Khaya Lam project has grown in scale and reach. A significant milestone of over 13,000 title deeds successfully being transferred to their rightful owners has since been achieved.

The FMF is grateful to the FW De Klerk Foundation for its ongoing commitment to upholding constitutional democracy, the rule of law, and private property rights in South Africa.

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