Letters

Letters to the editor: November 4 to 10 2016
Letters to the editor: November 4 to 10 2016
The issue of the decolonisation of academic teaching took a seemingly ridiculous turn with a report on the panel discussion on the decolonisation of...
Letters to the editor: October 28 to November 3 2016
Letters to the editor: October 28 to November 3 2016
In his speech to the United Nations general assembly on October 3 1994, then-president Nelson Mandela observed that the UN would mark its 50th...
Letters to the editor: October 21 to 27 2016
Letters to the editor: October 21 to 27 2016
With all the protests rocking universities, I am left wondering: Is a university education still worth it? The protests have shone a light on how the...
Letters to the editor: October 14 to 20 2016
Letters to the editor: October 14 to 20 2016
It is sad to read that an emeritus professor of religion (
Letters to the editor: September 30 to October 6 2016
Letters to the editor: September 30 to October 6 2016
On September 20, senior officials from the financially embattled SAA informed Parliament that the airline registered a total loss of R5.6-billon for...
Letters to the editor: September 23 to 29 2016
Letters to the editor: September 23 to 29 2016
Reading the Mail & Guardian last week was even more of a downer than usual. Page after page brought more distressing coverage of abuse of...
Students must appreciate government's intervention in 2017 fee adjustments
Students must appreciate government's intervention in 2017 fee adjustments
It is utterly shocking and uncalled for the manner in which students at our institutions of higher learning have been conducting themselves at some...
Letters to the editor: September 16 to 22 2016
Letters to the editor: September 16 to 22 2016
After reading Sisonke Msimang’s article
Letters to the editor: September 9 to 15 2016
Letters to the editor: September 9 to 15 2016
It is unfortunate that Athandiwe Saba attempted to discredit some members of the Democratic Alliance’s Johannesburg mayoral committee (
Letters to the editor: September 2 to 8 2016
Letters to the editor: September 2 to 8 2016
The political direction the South of Africa has taken is slowly leading us to a state where citizens’ voices no longer matter. Politicians more and...
Letters to the editor: August 26 to September 1 2016
Letters to the editor: August 26 to September 1 2016
When an organisation has reached an advanced stage it must work towards sustaining its peak rather than regressing. Such is the state of the ANC...
Helen Zille's words were taken out of context and used in a straw-man argument
Helen Zille's words were taken out of context and used in a straw-man argument
RIGHT OF REPLYFrom Sipho Hlongwane’s bizarre article, 

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