The City of Cape Town takes great exception to the perception that has been created around its position on street people.
Mail & Guardian readers give their views on the upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's homestead and Thuli Madonsela's subsequent Nkandla report.
Give us an unbiased outlook on the situation in Ukraine and acknowledge that the truth in trials is also often "thrown to the wolves", say readers.
M&G readers are all about politics and the law this week.
Readers comment on marijuana prohibition, SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Zapiro's Strange Fruit cartoon.
From the SABC chairperson's response to the public protector's findings to herbal sex drugs raising the bar, here are this week's letters.
From making fun of Russia at the Winter Olympics in Sochi to focusing on the matric pass-rate standard, here's what our readers had to say.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has left serious questions about the National Health Insurance scheme unanswered, writes Chris Archer.
Helen Zille questions Richard Calland's change of tune regarding Mamphela Ramphele and the DA's aim to broaden its black leadership.
Sacci chief executive Neren Rau says several sections of an article about the organisation were misrepresented, biased and erroneous.
Readers share their thoughts on the recent headline-grabbing kerfuffle between DA leader Helen Zille and Agang SA's Mamphela Ramphele.
Readers comment on immigrants in the Middle East, the DA's silence and linguistics, and Cope's Mosiuoa Lekota challenges the ANC on party funding.
Land Acquisition Strategy officials have made a habit of peddling disinformation, says department of rural development and land reform's Hilton Toolo.
M&G readers comment on comparisons of Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma, and say we need cool heads when it comes to pharmaceutical drugs.
Readers share their views on Mandela legitimising Cecil John Rhodes's legacy, anti-gay laws and the history of the ANC.
One reader finds the M&G's Cabinet report cards useful, while another feels slighted after predicting Reeva Steenkamp's death and the paper's zodiacs.
One M&G reader accuses Andile Mngxitama of black apartheid. Another appeals for the release of a US political prisoner.
Israel's Benyamin Netanyahu's decision not to attend Mandela's memorial service failed to give due credit to the Israeli delegation that did attend.
Readers slam assaults on sex workers and accuse the Mail & Guardian of putting public protector Thuli Madonsela in danger.