Readers write in about higher education, press freedom, political killers and, of course, Rhodes.
Readers speak out on nuclear safety, transformation and a visit to Parliament.
The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation claims "some myths have been deliberately perpetuated about the company".
Readers write in about struggle heroes' legacy and Iqbal Survé.
Readers are divided about President Zuma and have their say about patriotism and Nkandla.
Considering the fact that we are desperately trying to reduce racial stress in South Africa, I am shocked that this column was allowed to be posted.
I do not want to follow the hordes by analyzing or disputing its truths and half-truths of Verashni Pillay's column.
Does Ms Pillay know that the ancestors of most in the Indian community came to South Africa as labourers on the sugar plantations?
Readers speak their minds on climate change, Fifty Shades promoting rape, and the University of Cape Town's financial policies.
Readers write about clean energy and fossil fuels, about who talked when with the imprisoned Mandela, and about Eugene de Kock.
Readers share their thoughts on lang grabs, the department of water affairs' heads and Bafana Bafana.
Readers write in about the plight of cartoonists, Zambian democracy, a Hamas leader visiting South Africa and the origin of French Muslims.
Readers write in about honouring veterans, an empowerment grant, and ubuntu.
I feel tainted by my association with the Independent Media group. It is time to depart once again. I will betray my own past if I don't.
The DA's chief whip in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature denies reports that he is a possible contender for the position of leader of the party.
Readers air their views on Swapo's landslide win in Namibia, the South African Dream and using our votes to end corruption.
Readers write in about animal rights, Judge President Chiman Patel, and word-frolicking.
Readers write in about the political connections of the Guptas and Zuma's key appointments. Also, how much AI is represented at the editorial desk?
Readers speak out on skills ideas, tax havens and the progressive left.