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Proudly fatty boom boom
Proudly fatty boom boom
On some days, they’re called fat. On others they are referred to as curvy, stout, thick, biggish, chubby, sdudla, plump, chunky or heavy. At...
Facebook thwarts misinformation effort linked to Iran, Russia
Facebook thwarts misinformation effort linked to Iran, Russia
Facebook announced it identified stealth misinformation campaigns from Russia and Iran and shut down hundreds of accounts as part of its battle...
Online violence targets women journalists
Online violence targets women journalists
Before the internet revolutionised how news was gathered and shared, journalists didn’t have to worry about virtual violence. The main risks they...
Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week
Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week
Twitter has suspended the personal account of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for a week, US media have reported.
Uganda reviewing social media taxes after outcry
Uganda reviewing social media taxes after outcry
Uganda will review a tax on the use of...
The online battle for the truth
The online battle for the truth
False information is saturating political debate worldwide and undermining an already weak level of trust in the media and institutions, spreading...
Social networks help combat racial bias
Social networks help combat racial bias
"Permit Patty" and "Pool Patrol Paula" have been unlikely — and somewhat infamous — stars of the Twitter age: they are white...
When will Google defend democracy?
When will Google defend democracy?
As the 2018 midterm elections approach in the US, Google’s power to influence undecided...
Uganda to initiate social media tax
Uganda to initiate social media tax
Uganda’s Parliament voted to implement a new social media tax last Wednesday, limiting access to apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter.
Recalibrating our responses
Recalibrating our responses
When an experienced and respected writer sent me a story she was submitting to the Mail & Guardian, with a note for me to please credit a...
isiZulu literature gets a boost
isiZulu literature gets a boost
In July 2017, husband-and-wife team Ariana (née Munsamy) and Wade Smit started a publishing house called Kwasukela Books, because of a desire to...

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