Tom Eaton Columnist
Opinion

The magic in the scientific method of the ANC

It’s hard to remember now, but long ago, way back in March, the ANC used to talk about “the science”

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South Africa is already primed for an apocalypse. We didn’t need Bandile Masuku

The Gauteng health MEC’s wonky soundbite about Covid graves can’t be written off as a minor irritation

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The ANC has never felt embarrassed before, so why now?

Even by the soul-sapping standards of the Sunday press it was a startling headline: the ANC, City Press reported, ...

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ANC won’t get its sticky mitts on the restaurant game. It’s too much work

They’ve never seen a cookie jar they couldn’t resist, but patronage and power beat the stresses of real life every time

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So long, reality, it’s a brave, bonkers new world … Aaaand, action!

We’re in a time of almost pure science fiction, so the old scriptwriting formulae are going to have to adapt

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Malema is right: he really does run the show

Julius Malema's critics often insult his intelligence, but he has again proved he is supremely gifted in the political ...

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you as Schabiritis shakes you, Msholozi

As Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial is postponed until September, many South Africans will be deeply worried about the ...

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Fear not, ANC cadres, NDZ’s shocking heresy about your jobs is just silly

When she said they must be able to do the jobs they’re deployed to do, she forgot one crucial fact

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The Covid command council must really hate their cousins and in-laws

Why else are we being barred from seeing one person we can trust but allowed to see dozens we can’t?

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Close encounters of the very dof kind await alien visitors to Earth

You’d have to question the brains of any alien who journeyed here, but wait till they get a load of Donald and Lindiwe

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