Nadine Dreyer Features editor

Nadine Dreyer is features editor at the Sunday Times.

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Giants reunited: Tutu and Mandela saw the greatness in each other

Tutu and Mandela were the two most brightly shining beacons of SA’s transformation — now both are gone

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Desmond Tutu couldn’t have done it without his beloved Leah

The tale of the couple’s 66-year union is one of SA's great and enduring love stories

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
'He loved, he laughed' - Desmond Tutu always had the last laugh

Moral giant, human rights titan, thorn in the side of the elite; the Arch was loved and respected everywhere. One of his most powerful weapons was ...

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Tutu and the Dalai Lama: A friendship in pursuit of sharing happiness

Tutu and the Dalai Lama, the Buddhist spiritual leader, collaborated on the definitive book about human happiness.

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Relax, I’ll pay tax on Mars

Elon Musk is now so rich he could buy SA. Last week he became the first person on the planet to break the $300bn barrier. His critics say the only ...

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Ghislaine Maxwell, the girl who loved life’s slimebags

Ghislaine Maxwell, the favourite daughter of a bullying press baron, is on trial in New York for procuring underage women for her former lover ...

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
You never know when you are going to slip on life’s banana peel

We think we're pretty smart, but humans have a woeful record of trying to fix problems - more often than not we create an even worse one.

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Relax, I’ll pay tax on Mars

Elon Musk is now so rich he could buy SA. Last week he became the first person on the planet to break the $300bn barrier. His critics say the only ...

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Climate change is a thundering wake-up call, but is anybody listening?

Trying to control global warming is the world's most ambitious target ever. Welcome to COP26, where delegates from 200 countries representing almost ...

Nadine Dreyer Features editor
NADINE DREYER | The toxic tales that left a stain on Colin Powell

The shoddy 'evidence' on Iraq he presented to the UN wouldn’t pass muster as a school science project. Do we forgive a decent and honourable man for ...