LETTER: The poor are neglected as the rich line their pockets

But the anger and energy of ordinary people are misdirected

LETTER: Long road ahead, but we can do it

The return journey will be lengthy as we attempt to untangle the mess and re-establish a stable and competent administration

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LETTER: Media should ask tough questions

We are far too polite and lenient, and back down too soon when interviewees duck and dive after being asked awkward questions

LETTER: ‘Working together’ never works

Trying to work with Zuma Inc or any of his minions is going to get you nowhere

LETTER: Finance needs a strong leader

Our sovereign debt has reached unmanageable heights, and our future is in jeopardy

LETTER: Pandor must act, not just talk

While the obvious point is welcome, I suspect that Pandor’s latest awakening is based far more on the warfare within the ANC than a genuine Damascene ...

LETTER: We’ve been cheated

What we have today is not what we voted for in 1994

LETTER: Seeking a statesman

When DA leader Mmusi Maimane tackles the president during the coming no-confidence debate, he should refrain from evangelistic zeal

LETTER: Three things that spoil life in SA

Why is there an ongoing emigration from here of people born and bred in SA to foreign countries whose history and lifestyle are far removed from theirs

LETTER: Taking liberties

The editorial "Blood on the floor" needs some challenging

LETTER: Minister called to account

If parliament were doing its job, there would have been no need for the court to intervene. The ANC speaker, the committee chair and ANC members are the real ...

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LETTER: Spread the good news

I am an optimist and believe this good news will spread, and more and more black people will find the courage to vote for the DA

LETTER: Ramaphosa is no Trump

Your editorial, “Does Ramaphosa have the appetite” (Editorials, January 19-25), was a little skewed in some respects. Cyril Ramaphosa has not been a welcome ...