Letters

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.
Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
Letters to the editor: January 18 to 24
We can be proud of having some of the most progressive legislation in the world. Our shame is that we are among the worst for implementing our own...
Letters to the editor: January 11 to 17
Letters to the editor: January 11 to 17
RIGHT OF REPLYDan Plato
LETTER: Immediate response to the release of the Manjoo Report
LETTER: Immediate response to the release of the Manjoo Report
As some of the 19 who made submissions to the Equal Education (EE) inquiry, we note the release of Professor Rashida Manjoo’s report, and...
LETTER: The murder of Prof Kamwendo at UniZulu
LETTER: The murder of Prof Kamwendo at UniZulu
In May of this year a senior academic at the University of Zululand — Professor Gregory Kamwendo, Dean of the Faculty of Arts — was...
Township sanitation remains the pits
Township sanitation remains the pits
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s commitment to addressing the atrociously poor sanitation in schools seriously (Proper sanitation is a human...
LETTER: Civil society condemns Satchwell report
LETTER: Civil society condemns Satchwell report
As members of civil society we strongly condemn the ‘findings’ of the Equal Education...
Letters to the Editor: November 30 to December 6
Letters to the Editor: November 30 to December 6
In “Is it rational to vote for...
Letters to the Editor: November 23 to 29
Letters to the Editor: November 23 to 29
Eusebius McKaiser claims to believe that we should not vote for the ANC or the Democratic Alliance, which is fair enough, or the Economic Freedom...
Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
After several years of weak growth and rising unemployment, news that the private sector has pledged to invest nearly R290-billion in the South...
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...

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