Letters

Letters to the editor: May 26 to June 1 2017
Letters to the editor: May 26 to June 1 2017
I love Brian Kamanzi’s explanation that, at the University of Cape Town on February 16 last year, “fires broke out across parts of the...
Letters to the editor: May 19 to 25 2017
Letters to the editor: May 19 to 25 2017
The dividend of democracy is freedom. It was the freedom to choose that saw millions of South Africans snaking across the land to cast their votes in...
Letters to the editor: May 12 to 18 2017
Letters to the editor: May 12 to 18 2017
South Africa is burning. We are told these are criminal elements. But the reality is that South Africans have been sold a pipe dream. In that dream...
Letters to the editor: May 5 to 11 2017
Letters to the editor: May 5 to 11 2017
We need open minds for nuclear discussions
Letters to the editor: April 28 to May 4 2017
Letters to the editor: April 28 to May 4 2017
In the press conferences that took place after the recent Cabinet reshuffle, three things were particularly interesting. The first was that the ANC...
Letters to the editor: April 21 to 27 2017
Letters to the editor: April 21 to 27 2017
They promised a better life for all and delivered by shutting down nursing and education colleges, industries and product control boards.
Letters to the editor: April 13 to 20 2017
Letters to the editor: April 13 to 20 2017
‘Rare gem’ Malusi Gigaba is flawed
Letters to the editor: April 7 to 12 2017
Letters to the editor: April 7 to 12 2017
I believe our future president, Cyril Ramaphosa, a former trade unionist, national executive committee (NEC) member and a seasoned politician, must...
Letters to the editor: March 31 to April 6 2017
Letters to the editor: March 31 to April 6 2017
That Helen Zille decided once again to enter a pool teeming with voracious sharks, and now finds herself being steadily devoured, will doubtless...
Letters to the editor: March 24 to 30 2017
Letters to the editor: March 24 to 30 2017
Just as you cannot talk about the light without talking about the dark, you cannot talk about colonialism without talking about tribalism. The one...
Letters to the editor: March 17 to 23 2017
Letters to the editor: March 17 to 23 2017
Corporate control of universities, which has become ubiquitous in the past few decades, is hostile to critical thought. If you are merely paid to say...
Letters to the editor: March 10 to 16 2017
Letters to the editor: March 10 to 16 2017
Dear Mr Tom Moyane,
Letters to the editor: March 3 to 9 2017
Letters to the editor: March 3 to 9 2017
The Madam & Eve strip is my first great read in the Mail & Guardian, and I...
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
The revelation by the Competition Commission into the currency fixing by major banks exposed a litany of corruption in the financial sector that...

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