Adrian Ephraim is the Mail & Guardian Online news editor. He is a former sports writer and newspaper executive who has been converted to the ways of the hashtag and hyperlink. He is a news addict who longs for the day when it can be delivered intravenously. Political satire is what he lives for - look out for his memes. The three loves of Adrian's life include his masterchef wife, his son who is a Michael Jackson impersonator and Arsenal.
Tragedy has been stalking South Africa's soccer fraternity, as the death of Bafana Bafana's assistant coach Thomas Madigage has highlighted.
Nothing annoys South Africans more than someone saying we're worse off than Zimbabwe. But at least we're not Botswana.
The M&G -- in light of outrageous racist incidents in Jo'burg gyms -- is sharing a few tips to defeat racism and abolish muffin tops forever.
The Mail & Guardian can reveal a previously unpublished list of national orders, featuring seven nominees who have gone beyond the ordinary.
They speak with forked tongues and attack the Constitution in their sleep. Politicians -- we can't expel them ourselves, but we can Poogle them.
Victims of apartheid will receive R10 000 as a result of a settlement between General Motors in the United States
The M&G finally caught up with the elusive Number One who speaks candidly about name-dropping in the Gupta saga - and friends with benefits.
Turning down Lady Gaga's request to be her opening act during one of her tours wasn't enough for Die Antwoord, they had to have her eaten alive.
As SA wishes Jacob Zuma a happy 70th birthday, the Mail & Guardian has imagined more appropriate birthday wishes from our public figures.
A US court has ratified a settlement between 25 South Africans who suffered at the hands of the apartheid security police.