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Insight Interest peaks in Hex River range’s unique species and habitat The government and private landowners are getting involved in efforts to conserve the unique habitat and species of the Hex River mountains, a biodiversity hotspot
Insight 2022: Prepare for a brave new metaworld Bots that turn Dante into their own poetry and avatars that misbehave. Nadine Dreyer and Sue de Groot look at what to expect in 2022 and beyond
Insight 2022: We've seen the future, and it floats When the thought of yet another steak made in a lab makes you want to die,  just jump into a pod and pipe in the nitrogen
Insight Desmond Tutu: A treasured — and turbulent — priest just when SA ... The apartheid government wanted to get rid of Desmond Tutu. But they realised this pesky clergyman was the one person they dare not touch, writes Chris Barron.
Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Insight 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
Insight 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
Insight IN PICTURES | Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu lived life to the ... As South Africa prepares to lay Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to rest, we take a look at some moments in the remarkable life of the outspoken religious leader and political ...
Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Insight '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 his outrageous sense of humour
Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Insight 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.
Sue de Groot Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
Insight SUE DE GROOT | It takes a mere cat to give us pause from prejudice In World War 1, a front-line cat ran out of lives. But not before it showed opposing enemies that they had more in common than they thought
Insight The year in focus: Pictures from our roller-coaster world Sunday Times photographers bore witness to many events in 2021, the second year of the Covid pandemic and its devastating effects across the globe. Here is a selection of some of ...
Insight KLAAS DE JONGE | How I fooled the apartheid security police Even in chains, ANC agent Klaas de Jonge slipped a close police guard.
Insight THE YEAR IN QUOTES: They said it. Yes they really did ... From the profound to the poignant, from the weird to the wacky, from the quirky to the quacky (yes, there’s a talking duck), this is what people said this year that made us cry, ...
Insight Lindiwe Mabuza: Fire burned brightly in her big, revolutionary heart Dali Tambo pays tribute to his aunt Lindiwe Mabuza, who was Oliver Tambo's sister.
Nadine Dreyer Features editor
Insight 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 Jeffrey Espstein.