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Saturday, May 14 2022

The Eclectic Weekend

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

From beaming beauties to ‘Beam me up Scottie’, this is the BMW 7-Series

With BMW about to launch its latest version of the iconic 7-series, lets look at how the car has evolved over the years

Brenwin Naidu
Motoring editor, reporter and presenter
5 min read
News FREE

Midwife bags law degree to stem tide of negligence claims

Though she has her LLB, the mother of three remains committed to a profession that she feels is often undervalued

3 min read
Sport FREE

Kick those views into touch and admit this clash was thrilling

Whether you agree with the way the Munster vs Toulouse game played out or not, it certainly was a novel spectacle

Liam Del Carme
Sports reporter
3 min read
Ideas FREE

Tooth of the matter is, the biting incident left dents on the dentist

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

Sue de Groot
Deputy features editor: Sunday Times
3 min read

Antjie Krog and the role of the poet in SA’s social and political life

The writer affirms the literary as a resource for public life, insisting on the value of open-heartedness with others

By Anthea Garman
6 min read
Sport FREE

The C in Caf is for chaos: its decision-making leaves a lot to be desired

Caf’s lastminute.com way of organising tournaments is exasperating, especially for fans

Sazi Hadebe
Sports reporter
5 min read
News FREE

So we won’t be sucked into oblivion, but here’s the black hole in our midst

In a huge breakthrough, scientists have photographed the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way

Tanya Farber
Senior science reporter
3 min read

Eye on the news, hands on the prize: journalists honoured at Pulitzers

New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters and Ukrainian journalists bag a raft of prizes at 105-year-old event

By Daniel Trotta
3 min read
Sport FREE

This handbook would have rewritten Boucher’s case

Had this code of ethics been in force, CSA would not have been able to charge him on the Paul Adams issue

David Isaacson
Sports reporter
3 min read
Ideas FREE

Want to track your reads? Book a date with an app or get between the Sheets

There are a number of apps that keep track of what you’ve read or you can keep it simple with Google

Jennifer Platt
Sunday Times books editor
2 min read

Claire Danes sheds old skin for ‘scary’ role in ‘The Essex Serpent’

Award-winning ‘Homeland’ actor’s new show, focusing on the debate of science vs faith, premieres on Apple TV on Friday

By Lisa Keddie
2 min read

Under the influencers: teens spoon-fed loads of junk food on social media

Endless conveyor belt of unhealthy foods touted by influencers has prompted researchers to call for regulations

Claire Keeton
Senior features writer
4 min read

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