Two days after Zimbabwe's Independence Day, a pastor started an online movement by sharing a video about his disappointment in his home country.
Craig Howes's photographs reflect reality and fantasy – and he comes in for a lot of flak and even more fans on the social media platform.
It’s one thing to claim the home affairs minister cheated, but another for Buhle Mkhize to say an SA intelligence official ‘bribed’ her to keep silent
When Instagram was named South Africa’s fastest growing social network, there was a surprise in store over its most popular stars.
Socality Barbie emphasises in a beautified way that Instagram submissions all look the same.
The social network denied it was hacked, after a tweet suggested that hacking group Lizard Squad had been responsible for the outage.
Facebook and Instagram being down on Tuesday morning kept social media users frustrated as they struggled to post pictures of their breakfast.
Olivier Rousteing, Balmain’s 28-year-old creative director, explains why he’s obsessed with social media and star power.
What’s it like to be one of the biggest mouths on South Africa’s social media scene? Joonji Mdyogolo tracked them and got an earful, and an eyeful.
Outspoken social activist, Shaka Sisulu, has more than 60 000 twitter followers. He shares his tips on how to make social media work for you.
Africa’s top Instagramer - photographer and filmmaker Gareth Pon - tells us how social media has made him a better visual artist.
Send us the best selfie you took this year: One that defines 2014 for you - and tell us why.
Today’s Facebook, it seems, has decided that it doesn’t particularly like sending its users to publishers’ sites at all, writes Felix Salmon.
From Cape Town to Soweto, South Africa's IG users are unspooling the Mzansi story on Instagram.
We asked our readers to submit the Instagram images that they felt best represented 2013 for them. Here is a selection of our favourites.
Send us the one picture you took this year that defines 2013 for you, and tell us why.
Millions of people are posting self-portraits of themselves on social media - for some, this has become the ultimate symbol of the narcissistic age.
Norwegian-born Ida Skivenes’s amateur photos of food have garnered her 49 000 Instagram followers.
Some restaurants in New York have banned the practice. But back in Mzansi, snapping photos of your food is just fine — as long as you do it right.