Our social media feeds are as key a field as any for solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The increase in mental health challenges in our homes and workplaces calls for greater attention from our leaders
Music, art, dance and writing have key roles to play in solving society’s biggest problems
The SASMAs recognises and awards the best campaigns, individuals and digital tools in social media
Constant online exposure to the seemingly perfect bodies of others can lead to a desire to conform to unrealistic beauty standards
The birds, which are native to equatorial Africa, have been decimated by the international pet trade
Is (computer) science the new organised ‘religion’ re-colonising the world?
The social media trend of encouraging students to recite answers or educational content has both advantages and drawbacks. It can enhance participation and memory retention but limits critical thinking, understanding and application of knowledge
Media lawyer says the state’s next witness, who objected to the live broadcast of her testimony, commented on the trial at the Pretoria high court on social media
Ryan Enslin spent 10 years curating his Instagram account only to have it hacked in seconds.
To meme or not to meme is the question … we pick some stand-out posts
Actively ignoring low-quality information online can free up your limited resources of time and attention.
Victims risk emotional and reputational damage, but there are laws in place to protect them
Meaningful freedom needs rules to curb abuses because no freedom — whether of speech or action — is limitless
Sound that has taken the world by storm is in danger of dying out in
a lacklustre industry
The popular messenger mobile app introduced additional changes that give group admins more control, but also exposes them to more liability
Posting intimate details of our of our personal and professional online gives cybercriminals valuable information
Traditional African cultural practices that were once private are being milked by content creators and twisted into mass entertainment
The media industry must scrutinise the source of information and every news story and opinion piece we run, to prevent us and our readers from becoming collateral damage in the factional wars in the governing party
When women are condemned for speaking out against abuse by men, other victims won’t name their abusers, fearing the same treatment
People can be judged, found guilty and punished for posts they made years before and in a specific context
Apply physical security measures in cyberspace; if you won’t open your door to a stranger, why accept offers and requests from strangers online?
These elections are a warning of how history can be washed over and and used to promote modern dynasties
‘We will not amplify o government accounts belonging to states that limit access to free information and are engaged in armed interstate conflict,’ the social network said
Facebook’s micro-targeting algorithms have been used to spread disinformation and sow distrust in democratic institutions around the world. It has a responsibility to act
Jeremy Vearey encouraged a ‘mini insurrection’ with his Facebook posts, arbitration hearing finds
Through Umhlobo Wenene’s ‘Imiphanga’, writer Lidudumalingani remembers his mother connecting with the pain of others
Imraan Coovadia’s new book examines how poison has shaped political affairs in Southern Africa
In the face of their families’ poverty, young men, persuaded by the prospect of wealth or education, travel to Europe with their older female sponsors only to be trafficked for sex
If you don’t know of them already, be sure to follow our selection of some of South Africa’s top LGBTIQ+ content creators, from Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane to Thando Hlophe
Opposition leaders hit out at ANC over social media fracas, saying residents of Enoch Mgijima municipality deserve better
Inspired by a school project, 17-year-old Sera Farista has taken a stand against climate change