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    Letters to the Editor: November 9 to 15
    Letters to the Editor: November 9 to 15
    It is very unfortunate that the Mail & Guardian reported that a home affairs official tore up the passport of a 16-year-old from Zimbabwe (In...
    Letters to the editor: November 2 to 8
    Letters to the editor: November 2 to 8
    The latest charge against Patricia de Lille seems to be more a witch hunt than an exercise to seek justice. Why didn’t the Democratic Alliance...
    Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
    Letters to the editor: October 26 to November 1
    I have read the Mail & Guardian usually with interest and appreciation but in the past year I have realised that your newspaper has a...
    Labour court judges block workers’ right to strike
    Labour court judges block workers’ right to strike
    This year, workers marched against right-wing amendments to labour legislation. Much focus was on the proposed introduction of a meagre minimum...
    Letters to the editor: October 12 to 18
    Letters to the editor: October 12 to 18
    Dear Mr Kavanaugh, you’ve outdone yourself this time. Not only has your being appointed made survivors of assault and harassment feel...
    Letters to the editor: October 5 to 11
    Letters to the editor: October 5 to 11
    I took this extraordinary decision to correct the inaccuracies in the article Cyril accused of double standards because I...
    Letters to the Editor: September 28 to October 4
    Letters to the Editor: September 28 to October 4
    The article by Ayesha Fakie “How our heritage...
    Letters to the Editor: September 21 to 27
    Letters to the Editor: September 21 to 27
    I am one of those South Africans who is angry and deeply saddened by the brutal murder last week of 24-year-old teacher Gadimang Mokolobate from...
    Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
    Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
    Your article “Fight to free Britain’s last African colony” and editorial “
    Letters to the Editor: September 7 to 13
    Letters to the Editor: September 7 to 13
    The Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) was established in terms of the Act of 2011 as an alternative dispute resolution body to resolve...
    Letters to the Editor: August 31 to September 6
    Letters to the Editor: August 31 to September 6
    The #FeesMustFall movement has brought a renewed hope to millions of South African black youths who seemed to believe that access to higher...
    Land reform – and how to keep your head
    Land reform – and how to keep your head
    Roger Fisher and William Ury point out in their 1991 book Getting to Yes that “people tend to assume that whatever they fear, the other...