LETTER: SA on healthy new course

Ramaphosa’s stimulus plan must be read within the context of the current realities facing our country

LETTER: Spit-and-polish policy

We should not vote for middlemen (politicians), who are the weak link since they steal and are not experts

LETTER: Stop being so negative

Naspers has paid almost R700m to the SA Revenue Service, while MultiChoice is investing billions in local communities and upliftment projects

LETTER: Miscreants must pay

There will soon be sufficient evidence for President Cyril Ramaphosa to suspend those involved in state capture

LETTER: Rape of nun rocks India

Public outrage at the rape of a nun by a prominent bishop highlights ongoing misconduct in the Catholic Church

LETTER: Boks’ New Zealand win

Khanyiso Tshwaku’s assertion contains an important fact that is incorrect

LETTER: DA needs a new strategy

Mmusi Maimane must be bold enough to lead the DA’s campaign nationally to avoid being seen as though they have already lost the general elections

LETTER: Good Winde in Cape

Winde’s tenure as MEC has been characterised by a business-friendly environment and reduced bureaucracy

LETTER: SACP is easily deluded

It is a matter of deep concern to see that the SA Communist Party has not learnt anything from history

LETTER: Any takers for SAA?

The national airline’s annual loss of R5.7bn represents R15m a day!

LETTER: Move fast on hemp

Unemployment in communal lands and the clothing industry makes this decades-overdue revival urgent

LETTER: The Gang of Four idiots

President Cyril Ramaphosa should call in this cluster of ANC officials and ask for their notice

LETTER: Zingiswa Losi and women’s rights

Losi must make sure Cosatu works towards getting rid of women’s oppression

LETTER: People chose their destiny

Instead of apportioning blame, people could invest in personal development

LETTER: Same old sins and sinners

The disclosures being made at the Zondo Commission of inquiry are cause for comment

LETTER: Mantashe’s fantasy land

It appears that mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe actually believes there is such a thing as white monopoly capital

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Published by Tiso Blackstar and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.