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.
Who exactly is Radovan Krejcir accused of kidnapping and assaulting, and is this the best the police could come up with?
The revered minister of money Pravin Gordhan returned from the pulpit known as Parliament with nine commandments for his ministers.
Another week, another curious off-the-cuff remark from Jacob Zuma has left observers bewildered - which some call the "I am not an African" speech.
The SABC has pulled talk show "The Big Debate" off air, just hours before it was due to be screened, with no clear reason being given.
Slowing down isn't an option for the acid jazz band, who have been a global sensation since the Nineties, writes Adrian Ephraim.
For all his imagined good intentions, Julius Malema is a political predator we could do without in our torched landscape, writes Adrian Ephraim.
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.
The Mail & Guardian can reveal a previously unpublished list of national orders, featuring seven nominees who have gone beyond the ordinary.
Tragedy has been stalking South Africa's soccer fraternity, as the death of Bafana Bafana's assistant coach Thomas Madigage has highlighted.
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.