Letters

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...
Class the DNA of society
Class the DNA of society
Is class, rather than race, the key to understanding today’s South Africa? Complexity has been the theme of a number of recent Mail &...
Letters to the Editor: August 10 to 16
Letters to the Editor: August 10 to 16
Dear President Cyril Ramaphosa,
Letters to the editor: August 3 to 9
Letters to the editor: August 3 to 9
The recent taxi massacre of almost a dozen people by machine guns has left most people in shock, but I am not shocked in the least. This sort of...
Letters to the Editor: July 27 to August 2
Letters to the Editor: July 27 to August 2
I have always admired and enjoyed reading Kwanele Sosibo’s views on South African music, arts and culture. So I was surprised to read his 
Eradicating poverty is not a naïve pipe dream
Eradicating poverty is not a naïve pipe dream
I have always admired and enjoyed reading Kwanele Sosibo's views on South African music, arts and culture. So I was surprised to read his recent...
We need to talk about the ‘national question’
We need to talk about the ‘national question’
The hysterical responses by the Democratic Alliance, sociology professor Ashwin Desai, newspaper columnist Justice Malala, the Ahmed Kathrada...
Letters to the Editor: July 13 to 19
Letters to the Editor: July 13 to 19
The most conspicuous and useful way of revealing the Mail & Guardian’s bias is by noting the falsity of the graph on the front page of...
Letters to the Editor: July 6 to 12
Letters to the Editor: July 6 to 12
Your 200 Young South Africans supplement and your story about the impressive efforts that Ekurhuleni leaders are making with regard to youth...
Letters to the Editor: June 29 to July 5
Letters to the Editor: June 29 to July 5
Over the years I have keenly followed the perceptive writings of Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela on trauma, and also fully support that colleague’s...
Letters to the Editor: June 22 to 28
Letters to the Editor: June 22 to 28
Post–1994, a considerable proportion of previously oppressed South Africans have gained access to basic services such as water and sanitation,...
Letters to the Editor: June 15 to 21
Letters to the Editor: June 15 to 21
I was both sad and shocked to read about the negativity in “Judge faces labour case probe” (June 8) and, in particular, the accusations...

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