Qudsiya Karrim is editor of Voices of Africa, the M&G’s blogging platform. She’s also a journalist, social media junkie, mum, bibliophile, wishful photographer and wannabe chef. She has a love-hate relationship with the semicolon and doesn’t care much for people who tYp3 LiK3 ThI$. World peace is important to her, but not as much as a 24/7 internet connection is.
A Jo'burger who grew up in Ladysmith is reassured to find it just as she left it.
LifeLine received its first call on Saturday March 16 1963 in Sydney, Australia
What happens to your life on the internet when you pass away? Qudsiya Karrim explores the options.
Google has been accused of fraudulent practice and undermining business efforts by a Kenyan mobile company.
Eid-ul-Adha, the festival of sacrifice, has activists, Islamaphobes and Muslim vegetarians in a spin.
The Anglo American Chairman's Fund is the oldest professionally managed corporate social investment programme in South Africa.
The judges encouraged other small companies to take a leaf out of AfriSam's book.
Apart from poor pay, scores of the predominantly female employees in the textile industry are subjected to appalling working conditions.
No one in KwaZulu-Natal knows how to flaunt it quite like Sibusiso and Shawn Mpisane.
The deadly force by police in Durban that left six criminals dead has reignited concern about the alarming levels of police violence in KwaZulu-Natal.