M&G readers speak up: Malema is no fascist leader and Mantashe's audacity is beyond belief.
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.
M&G readers air their views on political accountability and cadre deployment.
Ascribing the party's alleged perceived failures to the conduct of its secretary general is disingenuous.
M&G readers air their views on Julius Malema and government's responsibility, the art of discussing, hidden agendas and big monopolies.
M&G readers air their views on red berets, Western education, blissful denial and the NFP leader's claimed autonomy from the ANC.
M&G readers air their views on religion and the Constitution, land reform and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
M&G readers speak their minds about the era of the EFF, about liberalism and Trotskyism and about presidential purging.
M&G readers speak their minds about policies against European culture in the arts and EFF commissar Andile Mngxitama's open letter to Richard Branson.
All that's left of the left are zombie liars, we need to create a shared history, and the government offers inadequate access to legal abortion.
M&G readers comment on the next five years under President Jacob Zuma, compare David Webster with Steve Biko and call for street name changes in CT.
No convincing left-wing intellectual model exists to substantiate the aspirations and claims of a "developmental state", says one M&G reader.
Mac Maharaj responds to the M&G's report on his mooted role.
It's all about democracy, initiative and crafty politics for M&G readers this week.
You get two kinds of politicians: those who come from prison and those who must go to prison. Julius Malema belongs to the latter, says the PA leader.
The City of Cape Town takes great exception to the perception that has been created around its position on street people.