Readers slam assaults on sex workers and accuse the Mail & Guardian of putting public protector Thuli Madonsela in danger.
The article "Zaps to the brain curb the need to smoke" is a clear example of what's amiss with reporting on science, writes Kevin Charleston.
Mamphela Ramphele displays the 'I'm not like the others' condition of delusion, says one M&G reader.
Neoliberalism is a hegemonic force out to wreck our country and Africans dying to flee the continent is senseless, say readers.
From the Nobel prize-winners of 2013 to teens having sex, M&G readers weigh in.
Frankly speaking, I am of the view that the content of the M&G article "Rhino horn trade thrives in Jo'burg" may mislead the public, writes Pan Peng.
Multilingual teaching and non-profit schools are vital in SA, say M&G readers.
From Bantu Holomisa and the IEC, to a review of Sir Bob Hepple's autobiography, readers have their say.
Zuma's call for SA to emulate Mexico's "patriotic reporting" shows that he doesn't have a clue, says El Siglo de Torreón editor Javier Garza.
What is wrong in SA is extremely clear and the issues are, in fact, posed by the Zuma regime itself, writes Mathew Blatchford.
Benjamin Pogrund responds to readers who have had a lot to say about his column, Israel is not apartheid SA.
From the gang violence in Manenberg, the appointment of Mxolisi Nxasana to the cronut readers weigh-in, in letters to the editor.
From Zimbabwe to Gwede Mantashe, readers express their views on some of the stories that have been making headlines.
Letters to the editor.
From Julius Malema's Economic Freedom Fighters, Glencore Xstrata to why women leaders are our best export, readers express their views.
How is it that anything good and true in our countries gets squashed down?
I have realised our president is at the centre of those myriad challenges, says a reader.
Rapule Tabane is probably right that the Cabinet purge misnamed a "reshuffle" in a transparent media attempt to prettify Jacob Zuma's actions.
Reader, Jan Arkert responds to the Mail & Guardian's article on fracking.