LETTER: Celebrating some ANC faithful aims at punishing others

The SABC should stop its partisanship and celebrate equally all those who took part in the struggle, including PAC founder Robert Sobukwe

LETTER: According to land audits, who owns what is not clear cut

While 79% of land in SA is privately owned, only 39% can be traced to private individuals, making the racial and gender breakdown of ownership and usage ...

LETTER: Three not-so-wise men

Zwelinzima Vavi, Blade Nzimande and Julius Malema, who gave us Jacob Zuma, have been forgiven far too easily

LETTER: SA’s own 5th Brigade?

Let us not forget the Gukurahundi killings of the 1980s, perpetrated by the 5th Brigade

LETTER: Land reform talks a mess

This conceptual mess is precisely what our populist politicians are relying upon to advance their agendas

LETTER: Making VAT work for all

For efficient minimal-exemption VAT regimes Singapore, New Zealand and Jersey are examples

LETTER: State control a fatal error

The mind boggles at the corruption that would ensue if the state owned all the land

LETTER: No decent jobs in farming

In the 21st century, smart and high-paying jobs are created in high-tech industries

LETTER: Zulus are not evil thugs

Every week the king tells people to lay down their arms, and tells ANC officials such as Willies Mchunu, to their faces, to stop these political killings

LETTER: Land questions abound

Peter Meakin advocates that land rent on all "unimproved" land, presumably including farm land, be paid to the state (Rethink subsidy of land, March 8). It ...

LETTER: Lack of rain not my fault

Climate change has resulted in Cape Town facing its worst drought in history due to three years of below annual average rainfall.

HELEN ZILLE: No place for race politics

The fact that racial identitarianism is finding a renewed foothold in SA is a retrogressive step

LETTER: Let’s hear what they say

If players of this civilised sport won’t keep quiet let us hear what they say via the stump microphone

LETTER: Review the cost of books

Books are set to become even more expensive in the wake of the increase in VAT

LETTER: A few matters of fact

The report on a white academic’s appointment did not afford the University of Cape Town an opportunity to respond prior to publication

LETTER: DA policy on land is clear

Land reform can and must be implemented without sacrificing our Constitution, writes Mmusi Maimane

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