LETTER: Populist land gamble is problematic

Expropriation of land without compensation would suggest to potential investors that the risks of investing in fixed assets in SA are unacceptable

LETTER: More socialism is an insane idea

The recommendations of the World Bank are the definition of insanity

LETTER: SA Express rubbishes to Financial Mail

We deny allegations that paint Tebogo Brian van Wyk as the mastermind behind alleged multimillion-rand corruption in the reopening of the Pilanesberg airport

LETTER: Many members dislike Discovery too

Aside from its focus on consumer goodies, the technical quality of its health services is appalling

LETTER: Land plan will scare financiers away

Given the scale of funding needed, the consequences for the agricultural sector of its financiers withdrawing would be dire and entirely predictable

LETTER: Perils of patronage

How could a publication such as the Financial Mail, promoting probity, condone any kind of corrupt dealings?

LETTER: DA’s magic moment lost

How pathetic. The DA had the ideal opportunity to seize the moment and show that it can govern with clean and statesmanlike leadership

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LETTER: All corruption must be punished

Perhaps we should nationalise the local assets of those found with their hands in the cookie jar

Tasty new FM … just add cream

A new reader is a fan, but has a few suggestions for the Financial Mail

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LETTER: A name game

Justice Malala’s reference to Malusi Gigaba has triggered further etymological research

LETTER: No justification for ATM charges

I’m told the reason for the charges is the high cost of security in SA

LETTER: Pity the poor, jobless and ignorant

The everyday reality of life in SA is worse than a nightmare

LETTER: No time for a divided DA

The DA must up the ante if it wishes to retain the Western Cape because, in the event of Ramaphosa becoming president, there could be a swing away from the ...