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#ImpeachZuma according to Twitter

South Africans congregated online to share their views about the failed motion to impeach Zuma. We round up comments from before, during and after.

Twitter reactions to the Nkandla ruling

South Africans made sure their views on the Constitutional Court judgment were heard. We round them up here.

Digital gone wild: Plan your trip with tech

Google Africa recently paid for 35 journalists from various African countries, including South Africa, to explore Kenya using several apps.

How social media shaped – and shamed – SA in 2015

From student protests to celebrity tiffs, Twitter made sure SA got their bite-sized outrage, rants and reflections trending, writes Sthembiso Sithole.

Madonna of the Townships: Remembering Brenda Fassie

If Twitter birthday wishes are anything to go by, Ma Brrrr remains as loved as ever.

#WitsFeesMustFall: Taking the protest to Twitter

Wits students use social media to keep their protest alive, as they fight against increases of tuition fees at the university.

Trevor Noah set to rock The Daily Show

The world has used social media to show support for Trevor Noah who will make his debut as the new host of The Daily Show on Tuesday night.

Twitter in stitches over #Mugabewrongspeech

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has gifted the Twittersphere with more reasons for laughter after he read the wrong speech in Parliament.

#WhatTheyFoundInMaropeng: Jokes and laughs

The South African Twittersphere has turned the discovery of a new species into a reason to have a good laugh.

Practise safe selfies: Don’t shoot your self(ie)

Don't play with guns while snapping and five other tips to keep your head when taking a selfie.

Motsoeneng pushes for regulation of journalists

SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has reiterated his desire to see the media regulated, getting South Africans fired up on Twitter.

South Africans rise to the call of #SomeoneTellProfMoyo

The SA Twittersphere did not take kindly to Zim minister Jonathan Moyo having a go at the plummeting rand.

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