"SABC blows R1.5bn" (yesterday) refers. Only in a place where the government believes its parastatal companies and its own departments are above the law is this possible.
The people of Eastern Cape are dying. They die because the political elites plunder our public coffers and take the precious resources that are supposed to deliver the vital health services our people have a constitutional right to.
Although there are certainly merits in the reasoning of low carbohydrate high fat (LCHF) it remains fundamentally flawed.
I am surprised the public has focused on Thulani Serero instead of on why Bafana Bafana failed to qualify for the World Cup 2014.
The SABC exhorts us: "Pay your TV licence, it's the right thing to do" ("SABC blows R1.5bn", yesterday).
You have to love being a South African. We clear the engineers out of government posts to correct the apartheid legacy then those who don't pack for Perth or Cuba start selling their services elsewhere in Africa or overseas and are too busy to help us.
Joseph Mathunjwa and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union should cover the costs of legal representation for miners at the Farlam commission.
What is it that the ANC does not understand about the need for foreign investment ("SA plots visa revenge", yesterday)?
"Well oiled machine," be damned, Minister Nkoana.
I refer to Justice Malala's column on how South Africans are disconnecting from government, how they are going it alone with private security, private schools, vigilantism and so on (September 9).
According to the DA, black people must first be empowered in the classroom and thereafter in the boardroom.
This week on e.tv news Irvin Jim, the Numsa general secretary, slammed workers who did not strike as having "no discipline".
So, let’s see, 500 000 have perhaps bought e-tags (can we trust the number?) meaning that at least two million have not.
It is shocking to hear the comments made recently by rugby legend David Campese.
Bureaucracy and preconceived ideas are stumbling blocks for the betterment of orphans.
I have been on a LCHF diet for a year, it's cheaper and easy to maintain long term then other diets.
In the recent past, there was a persistent perception that blacks don't read and write. But it seems this perception is slowly changing.
Economic sabotage, which runs counter to ideals of free enterprise, was given a shocking reality check when City Power workers sent consumers into panic mode.
A recent report by medical aids revealed an increase in patients diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
My heartfelt condolences to all the families of those killed in the horrific traffic accident on Field's Hill on September 5.
We have been hit by an abnormal number of strikes in recent times. There have been many theories about what caused this. It is obvious.
"A ban on relationships between lecturers and undergraduates has been proposed by the University of the Witwatersrand" is the opening line of "Wits' time out on loving lecturers" (September 5).
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union decision to disrupt trial examinations of matric students in KZN is irresponsible and against the wishes of many students.
The introduction of compulsory Grade R classes in most schools from next year will help cement a strong foundation on which pupils will be able to build their school careers.
I refer to your recent front page story headlined "Tshwane plans to write off R500m".
The US Secretary of State John Kerry is a war veteran who fought in the Vietnam War during the 1960s.
I do not think Mamphela Ramphele knows what service delivery is.
The Cold War was without doubt the greatest unresolved military stalemate in history.
If the government does not know the causes behind the carnage on our roads by now, then it is unlikely yet another investigation at taxpayers' expense will reveal anything ("New plan for cutting carnage on our roads", September 3).
The financial woes of the Tshwane municipality highlights an ongoing problem that many such metros are experiencing - loss of income through a culture of non-payment for essential services.
President Jacob Zuma's much publicised visit to Eldorado Park and the subsequent deployment of police to rid the area of drugs is clumsy propaganda. The exercise is being presented as if Zuma is distributing favours to the community, which has long been plagued by drugs.
Mineworkers and mine bosses have a duty to adapt.
Justice Malala's column headlined "US its own worst enemy" (September 2) refers.
The government, especially Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, should be applauded for efforts to try to inculcate a culture of healthy living in South Africa.
Europe must accept the shifting balance of power with South Africa.
It is beyond belief that SAPS national commissioner Rhiah Phiyega could have appointed Lt-Gen Bethuel Zuma as the Gauteng police commissioner without knowledge of the criminal charges he is facing.
Mthunzi Mhaga, the justice department spokesman, said many complaints about magistrates stemmed from unhappiness with a judgment or sentence.
South Africa's angry youth league members in Cape Town, whom I call the Ablutionary Revolutionaries, probably feel aggrieved that the Syrian government has taken world attention with their chemical weapons use over theirs.
Childline should be asked when they made their submission and why they chose to submit at the last moment knowing full well the processes.