Letters

Letters to the editor: May 3 to 9
Letters to the editor: May 3 to 9
I refer to the article Death or taxes for...
Letters to the editor: April 26 to May 2
Letters to the editor: April 26 to May 2
Some years ago we were told that the introduction of thicker plastic bags would help to solve the problem of plastic waste. Most people realised at...
RIGHT OF REPLY: Hawks probe R111m hospital fraud
RIGHT OF REPLY: Hawks probe R111m hospital fraud
Read the article here: Hawks probe R111m...
Letters to the editor: April 18 to 25
Letters to the editor: April 18 to 25
Regarding the article “UCT culture leaves...
Letters to the editor: April 12-18
Letters to the editor: April 12-18
The argument that Israel represents the “Jews of South Africa”, often made by members of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, is as...
Letters to the editor: April 5- 11
Letters to the editor: April 5- 11
The article “Job losses threaten the CSIR’s reputation” (March 22) contains some inaccurate information that, if not corrected, has the...
Letters to the editor: March 29 to April 4
Letters to the editor: March 29 to April 4
The recent bout of load-shedding has cast a great deal of light on South Africa’s political predicament.
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Save our country from another 25 years of failure, incumbency syndrome and majoritarian arrogance.
Importing power is not the answer
Importing power is not the answer
We cannot afford to let our panic to keep the lights on overshadow the need to scrutinise our energy future, especially when we’re importing...
Letters to the editor: February 22 to 28
Letters to the editor: February 22 to 28
Fittingly, human rights advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi (“The land wars of 2019:...
Letters to the editor: February 15 to 21
Letters to the editor: February 15 to 21
Cyril will steer SA to safety
Letters to the editor: February 8 to 14
Letters to the editor: February 8 to 14
With World Wetlands Day on February 2 in mind, I was recently taken to visit Verlorenvlei, near the West Coast, to see for myself the unfolding...
Little difference between politicians and journalists
Little difference between politicians and journalists
The relationship between politicians and journalists is, or rather ought to be, adversarial.
Fighter for workers’ rights
Fighter for workers’ rights
Workers’ rights lawyer Jay Surju, who was born on August 25 1962, died on January 15.

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