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.

Let’s lock the ‘gate’ and throw away the key

Weeken Post

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

It’s hysterical bull, but the pox of anti-vaxxer idiocy persists

Weeken Post

“Vaccine” is not a word ​on everyone’s lips in these troubled, trying and disturbing times. Most of us are too scared ...

Killjoys as easy to fight off as a baby-eating marrow

Weeken Post

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

The miller wasn’t jolly with LSD, but Milton got a trippy mangling

Opinion

Those of us (which is to say, all of us) who live in regions plagued by the euphemistic practice of load-shedding (why ...

Latin and heretoforeunders aside, here’s why we need legalese

Weeken Post

Lawyers are the butt of many jokes, which if you ask me is not always entirely fair.

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