Letters

Letters to the editor: February 3 to 9 2017
Letters to the editor: February 3 to 9 2017
Is it coincidental that so many articles in last week’s Mail & Guardian (January 27) were more closely related than usual?
Letters to the editor: January 27 to February 2 2017
Letters to the editor: January 27 to February 2 2017
In his article “Workplace change a...
Letters to the editor: January 20 to 26 2017
Letters to the editor: January 20 to 26 2017
John Spiropoulos (The minimum wage and the...
Letters to the editor: January 13 to 19 2017
Letters to the editor: January 13 to 19 2017
Teacher tests will fail
Letters to the editor: January 6 to 12 2017
Letters to the editor: January 6 to 12 2017
Each year those of us in the private sector who deal with the intricacies of policy development and delivery look forward to reading the Mail &...
Letters to the editor: December 15 to 22 2016
Letters to the editor: December 15 to 22 2016
I wish to express my strong objection to the ...
Letters to the editor: December 9 to 14 2016
Letters to the editor: December 9 to 14 2016
Talkin’  bout no revolution
Letters to the editor: November 25 to December 1 2016
Letters to the editor: November 25 to December 1 2016
On November 11, The Social Protection advertising supplement in the Mail & Guardian published country studies about cash transfers. From...
Letters to the editor: November 18 to 24 2016
Letters to the editor: November 18 to 24 2016
I refer to the article
Letters to the editor: November 11 to 17 2016
Letters to the editor: November 11 to 17 2016
The sheer effrontery of Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa’s article,
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 (

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