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I heart me: Our extreme 24/7 cult of the self
I heart me: Our extreme 24/7 cult of the self
How social media and selfies are fuelling more me time than ever before.
Who's the loudest of them all?
Who's the loudest of them all?
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.
The I in writer: Meeting Geoff Dyer
The I in writer: Meeting Geoff Dyer
When Hedley Twidle met his writerly idol, the 'I' reached its limit.
Marikana and the brand journalist
Marikana and the brand journalist
Gia Nicolaides was probably on the koppie more than any other reporter. So why is her book so disturbingly wanting, asks Kwanele Sosibo.
Why our many stories matter
Why our many stories matter
Put aside your well-wrought arguments to listen to other views, even those of someone you despise.
It works for the boss to be a jerk
It works for the boss to be a jerk
Studies show that those in leadership positions are more likely to display narcissistic traits – which can be a good, and very very bad, thing.
How selfies are changing the way we see ourselves and the world
How selfies are changing the way we see ourselves and the world
Even funerals and pilgrimages are falling prey to the compulsion to self-snap, writes Sean O’Toole.
Notes to selfie
Notes to selfie
Richard Poplak on a day in the life of a modern-day narcissist.
Narcissism: When the pool stares back
Narcissism: When the pool stares back
Could photographs of oneself be anything but narcissistic? It may be possible. Chris Roper writes in defence of the selfie.
Social-ism for the masses
Social-ism for the masses
How are South Africans using social media? Eamon Allan asked a few of them to find out.

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