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Saturday, January 22 2022

The Eclectic Weekend

12 GREAT READS FROM THIS WEEK'S SUNDAY TIMES DAILY CURATED FOR YOU

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I feel, therefore I am: Cape neuropsychologist sheds new light on the mind

UCT professor Mark Solms challenges a long-held notion that reason is behind our awareness of ourselves as humans

Claire Keeton
Senior features writer
5 min read
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Don’t look for proof in puddings unless you can swallow age-old truths

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot
Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
4 min read
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Black consciousness, white tears: ubuntu’s challenge to liberalism

Panashe Chigumadzi discusses, among other things, why it’s hard for white people to claim knowledge of ubuntu

Eusebius McKaiser
Contributor and analyst
1 min read
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Be grateful, SA. Ministers like Sisulu show how far the ANC has fallen

What she is demonstrating is what her faction of the party wants: a leadership that is not held accountable

4 min read
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The discovery of insulin: a story of monstrous egos and toxic rivalries

It’s one that dates back 100 years, but in a time of Covid-19 and climate change has important lessons

By Kersten Hall
16 min read
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Should the burden be on white people to transform SA?

We all have a role to play in building an inclusive nation, so let’s put blame aside and wake up to what needs doing

By Sihle Khumalo
5 min read
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South Africans must choose to pursue the future we dream of

Recent poll’s turnout shows we have lost faith in our leaders. It’s up to individuals to try to make a difference

By SONGEZO ZIBI
7 min read
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Why the outrage at ANC polyp Sisulu’s passion to be president?

It’s inevitable in a country where no one is held accountable

Tom Eaton
Columnist
4 min read
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Don’t be fooled, this is why AfriForum wants the matric results printed

White schools dominate the top end, paving the way for public displays of domination and playing into the DBE’s hands

4 min read
World FREE

The heat is on: it’s getting unbearably hot and unlivable in Kuwait

Thanks to climate change, temperatures there could become too hot for people and wildlife in decades to come

By Fiona MacDonald
8 min read
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Djokovic will never be the greatest no matter how successful

His self-serving actions will ensure he never ranks among humane sportspeople like Muhammad Ali

David Isaacson
Sports reporter
4 min read
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So many books, so little space, but hopefully a lot of time

This year looks to be a feast of books. Here are some top picks. For more, grab this weekend’s Sunday Times

Jennifer Platt
Sunday Times books editor
3 min read

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