I felt like an alien when I logged back in after a four-year hiatus. Now I post clickbait like the rest, says Rebecca Davis.
The social networking site is responding to the growing number of cries for help on its pages by including tips and links for users in distress.
The KZN estate agent who enraged many South Africans in January with racist comments on Facebook will appear in court this week.
Social media giant Facebook retracted its ban of an Australian ad featuring a plus-sized model after being accused of body-shaming.
Facebook famous former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has hit back at the UKMVA chair, saying he pocketed millions of rands meant for anti-apartheid fighters.
Con artists are using Patricia de Lille's name to solicit details from unwitting users in a phishing scam.
President Zuma has distanced himself from the ex ANC MP's claims that she accompanied him overseas and that she was offered a job by the Guptas.
The Gupta family on Tuesday challenged Mentor to file an affidavit stating under oath that she was offered a ministerial position by the family.
Skype and WhatsApp are putting pressure on telecoms the world over and governments are being forced to consider regulating such over-the-top services.
Sparrow received threats after her "monkey" comment on Facebook went viral. What does the law say?
There are a number of trends, attitudes and phenomena that we could quite happily do without this year, thank you very much, writes Gus Silber.
It’s okay to feel warm and fuzzy about Facebook’s founder giving away billions through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, even though he isn’t.
Billionaire's "gift" won’t directly help the poor. Instead, the money will be moved to a new investment firm – with the aim of making more money.
US presidential candidate is using TV coverage and the power of the social web to publicise his campaign.
The social media giant is testing tools that allow you to hide posts and updates - and untag posts - featuring your ex, writes Hannah Jane Parkinson.
Here's a handy 10-point etiquette guide to "liking" stuff on social networks.
Mark Zuckerberg's latest Facebook innovation represents the worst kind of digital slacktivism, writes Roman Krznaric.
When a billion human beings logged onto Facebook last Monday, it was just one landmark in the social network’s quest to connect humanity.
The social network's policy on anonymity is angering people who have taken new names.