Readers write in about FW de Klerk, Evita and racism, and Umberto Eco.
Readers write in about the M&G's apology, and greed
The Democratic Alliance responds to the Mail & Guardian's apology over a story published in the paper, regarding its leader, Mmusi Maimane.
The M&G is committed to learning from its mistake in rushing the article about FW de Klerk giving "political leadership" lessons to Mmusi Maimane.
Although leaders of the reconciliation era accept South Africa's last white president, younger politicians are not as forgiving.
This week Uncle Bob takes a tumble, South Africans ask Zuma to resign, but not before he legalises marijuana - and Malamulele is on fire.
Former presidents FW de Klerk and Kgalema Motlanthe, and business tycoon, Johann Rupert, spoke of race and social inequality at a conference.
The motives of the 'last apartheid president' can only be truly understood within a 20-year context.
Margaret Thatcher deplored apartheid - and FW de Klerk deserved the praise he was awarded - says the former British ambassador during an interview.
Former British ambassador to SA in the late 1980s, Lord Robin Renwick, discusses the role the former British prime minister played to end apartheid.
Mandela was a far wilier politician, and could be less saintly, than some other portrayals would have us believe, writes Robin Renwick.
The City of Cape Town will go ahead with changing the name of Table Bay Boulevard to FW de Klerk Boulevard.
In response to a proposal to rename Table Bay Boulevard after former president FW de Klerk, the ANC says he played no part in liberating South Africa.
Textbooks erringly cast him as a messiah without flaws and largely divorce him from the ANC.
Many senior South African politicians have lied blatantly – only to be exposed by the law – so Pallo Jordan marks a break of sorts with the past.
Former president FW de Klerk has said Israel risks heading for apartheid if it does not make peace with Palestine.
President Jacob Zuma praised FW de Klerk at the unveiling of a bust of Nelson Mandela at Parliament as part of the 20 years of democracy celebrations.