Two days after Zimbabwe's Independence Day, a pastor started an online movement by sharing a video about his disappointment in his home country.
The Mail & Guardian's health centre, Bhekisisa, joins the World Health Organisation in raising awareness about TB on World TB Day on March 24.
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.
The notorious estate agent may well face sanctions by SA's judicial system if a case of hate speech brought against her finds its way to the courts.
It needs to be a nicer place, for the sake of its share price if not its role in the public sphere.
“I used to work for the government. Now I work for the public”
The ruling party has encouraged its MPs to be more active in public and lead debates on social media and elsewhere.
Tumelo Komape, known to the Twittersphere as TK, has the unenviable task of responding to an entire city's complaints and frustrations.
Matt Haig wanted to explore new ideas about masculinity, but found outrage and ire instead.
Tim Cook launched a stinging attack on tech giants like Google and Facebook that rely on advertising for the majority of their revenue.
The DA's new leader hosted an online Q&A session today to answer some pressing political questions, but obviously Twitter had no chill. Take a look.
The new leader of the Democratic Alliance is hoping for a repeat of the #AskMmusi Twitter Town Hall question and answer session in the near future.
There is substantial evidence that suggests self-promotion is a valuable tool, especially in the creative industry, but how much is too much?
Virtual communities need to realise that the tweet can be more powerful than the bullet in this world of cyberterrorist realities.
Facebook and Instagram being down on Tuesday morning kept social media users frustrated as they struggled to post pictures of their breakfast.
We shouldn’t force people like Zelda la Grange and CeeLo Green to say they’re sorry for their tweets. They should willingly do so if they mean it.
La Grange sparked a debate on Twitter on Saturday after saying she felt white people were not welcome in South Africa, a comment that the ANC refutes.
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.