Tom Eaton Columnist

Tom Eaton is one of SA's most prominent newspaper columnists, also known for his cricket writing. He has also written screenplays and several books, including The De Villiers Code (2005) and Is It Me or Is It Getting Hot in Here?: Great Expectations and Boiling Frogs in South Africa (2020).

Opinion

Tycoon to build R3bn vaccine plant in South Africa. Can you see the ANC drooling?

Dr Soon-Shiong has two comorbidities – he is wealthy, and he wants to send billions to a country under ANC rule

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What next? The post office is bullying its way back into the delivery game

The SA Post Office’s partnership with Wish promises parcels will be delivered 50% faster. That could mean anything

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Have a beer with that shot of redemption

And a blessed Ancestors Day to you too

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TOM EATON | Throw Survé into the Magashule mix and you get small men, big lies

Believe it or not, some South Africans ate the tripe that Ace trumped Cyril, and who better to feed them than Iqbal

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Maybe, just maybe, we can now suspend disbelief in Cyril’s new dawn

There’s a small chance that history will record that the presidency of Cyril Ramaphosa began this week

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Cyril liberates the truth: South Africa hasn’t got a government

No-one seems to have noticed when the president said it himself – that after 27 years, the ANC remains a liberation ...

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Stop the party, Cyril, because until there’s accountability it’s not all good

Spare us the hollow words, Mr Pres, because we are not going to forget the ANC’s hostility towards honesty

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If Cyril wasn’t lulling us to sleep, he was stating the bleeding obvious

President Ramaphosa’s highly-anticipated appearance before the Zondo commission was a bit of an anticlimax

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Be a sport, Danny, and make it your goal to spare us huge absurdities

Jordaan says some of the best in the world want to coach our ‘huge brand’. Of course they do, we’re ranked 75th

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TOM EATON | Trust a spiritual white boy and you too will look like an RET rocket scientist

Tokyo fell for the prank, but the radical economic transformation mob took it viral. What’s new?

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