In this week's letters to the editor, the Judicial Service Commission is the subject of a response.
Environmental NGOs write an open letter to the Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.
Readers argue why the Nigerian preacher cannot be allowed to distance himself from the tragedy with his collapsed building.
Readers speak their minds about leftist ideas, the Pistorius murder charge and Lonmin's tax affairs.
Readers comment on Kebby Maphatsoe's character assassinations and protecting the public protector, and respond to a story on Brett Bailey's Exhibit B.
Readers comment on last week's views on Israel and Gaza.
M&G readers speak out on nuclear energy, the DA Youth and on President Zuma.
M&G readers write in about Seta and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
M&G readers write in about who should head Eskom, and what really happened with the unearthing of a journal.
M&G readers write in about the EFF and freedom of speech, and how Thuthukile Zuma's job is an insult to our democracy.
M&G readers comment: The media are obsessed with Jacob Zuma and secular humanism gets it all wrong.
M&G readers speak up: Malema is no fascist leader and Mantashe's audacity is beyond belief.
Forty organisations have called on Ethiopia Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn to free Zone 9 bloggers and revise it's overly broad anti-terror law.
M&G readers speak up: The SABC spits in our face, Modise's farm scandal and Elvis wasn't the first.
The EFF has united a divided left and Steve Biko's legacy goes beyond race and place, say M&G readers.
Dealing with a 350-year-old problem might entail employers recognising that certain chores domestic workers are expected to do are degrading.
It's the number of skilled people that gets an economy going, not the distribution of those skills among its ethnic groups, writes Herman W Kruijsse.
Ascribing the party's alleged perceived failures to the conduct of its secretary general is disingenuous.
M&G readers air their views on political accountability and cadre deployment.