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Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times

Sue de Groot is a writer with a special interest in words, books, people, hedgehogs, cricket and the universe; a former scriptwriter for various drama series; and the winner of some awards. Currently completing a master's degree in applied ethics through Wits University's philosophy department.

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | Memory to myth: that foxy salesman let the djinn out of the ...

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
To have your identity stolen is traumatic — so is having no identity at all

Movements such as Operation Dudula make life even worse for the countless number of people in SA who, through no fault of their own, have no ID ...

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | All a writer needs is a quill, but I got the whole hedgehog

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | Are dress codes a denial of democracy?

Have you ever been shopping in your pyjamas? I haven’t, but I can understand how it might happen. During lockdown, memes galore featured people ...

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
Lighting the knights: Bailey's breeze of change blows north

Sue de Groot talks to one of SA’s most prolific and interesting artists, who is currently bowling over the English aristocracy with his dreamlike ...

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | Tooth of the matter is, the biting incident left dents on the ...

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | Overturning Roe v Wade on abortion would be a terrifying ...

Some US states, such as Louisiana, have already voted to make even the taking of a “morning-after pill” a criminal act that could incur a murder ...

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | We’re a bit rusty, but that doesn’t mean we’re all dead (or ...

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
SUE DE GROOT | Should we be tolerant of the intolerant?

Many peace-loving individuals deal with the warlike environment on social media by not picking sides and not engaging with any arguments, but this is ...

Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
From ‘Shuggie Bain’ to ‘Young Mungo’, Douglas Stuart paves the way

Sue de Groot reviews the second visceral, empathic and absorbing novel by Booker prizewinner Douglas Stuart