Deshnee Subramany is our loudest employee. After slogging through various positions in marketing, advertising, radio – and a cow suit – Deshnee finally found her way to the M&G as a content producer in 2010, and was then forced to grow up by filling the position of day editor of the website. Sometimes she puts on her radio voice and guest-hosts the M&G Newsroom. If she was a superhero she would be called the Feeding Frenzy. Her passion is South African politics and revolutions. This comrade loves setting her world alight by discovering new ideas and people, and isn't afraid to laugh the loudest.
Where was the missing link that allowed for the publishing of the contentious Grazia tweet? Some of our colleagues at the M&G weighed in.
Despite the country's political issues and a cultural boycott, Swaziland's Bushfire organisers put on a good show in hopes of promoting social change.
After attending a talk on women in politics in South Africa, Deshnee Subramany feels the discussion moved too far away from the people at hand.
The Workers and Socialist Party says Joseph Mathunjwa's planned protest action will give the ANC exactly what it wants - another violent strike.
Mac Maharaj has brushed off the heckling of President Jacob Zuma by sections of the crowd at Nelson Mandela's memorial, saying it was over quickly.
CNN and Citizen report Nelson Mandela is on life support, and Mac Maharaj says commenting on the matter would break doctor/patient confidentiality.
If Saturday's MTV Base Africa All Stars concert is anything to go by, Jo'burgers should prepare themselves for the new Snoop Lion.
Popular tech site MyBroadband has raised eyebrows after potential users complained about a race-based question on its forum registration form.
SA troops under attack from child soldiers had to defend themselves and couldn't "give sweeties and blow kisses", says the defence minister.
South Africa should brace itself this year as the rise in petrol prices and electricity tariffs will swallow any money gained from tax breaks.