Party members have questioned Helen Zille's ability to continue leading the DA successfully after several run-ins with the media over tweets.
Tencent is dominating China's business and social platforms, and for good reason.
A Mexican state has banned parents from registering "derogatory" names for their children, including the name Twitter.
The DA's Helen Zille has said she "did not leak confidential info" and that the presidency overreacted to her attempt to encourage voters to register.
A man and woman have been jailed for using Twitter to abuse a prominent feminist.
Following outrage on Twitter sparked by Justine Sacco - who tweeted: "Going to Africa, hope I don't get Aids." - IAC has distanced itself from her..
Elizabeth Henning is hooked on Finland and believes it can teach us a great deal about education.
Tired of producing endless tomes, the renowned activist has taken her views to Twitter instead.
Twitter's many billions will go to a select group â€” not its founders or hardworking users.
Twitter debuted on Wall Street with a bang as shares in the fast-growing social network soared.
While the advent of social media has not changed the basic codes of conduct for employees, it has made many infringements more visible.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has called City Press editor Ferial Haffajee's "suspension" of eight black journalists "unethical".
The ANC's attempt to hijack the Democratic Alliance's campaign was itself hijacked by Twitter. Only in South Africa.
With its revenue nearly tripling between 2011 and 2012, it was about time the micro-blogging site filed its S-1 form, writes Alistair Fairweather.
Security operations are continuing in Nairobi, where al-Shabab rebels have seized an upmarket mall following an attack which left 39 people dead.
Analysts estimate that Twitter could be valued at as much as $15-billion if it comes to market at the end of this year.
Twitter is a useful way to promote businesses and increase revenue â€“ but get it wrong at your peril.
The contrarian who made her name by stoking controversy in the Sunday papers is using Twitter to champion the little guy in the 'Please Call Me' tale.