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EDITORIAL: State’s empty-headed PR
EDITORIAL: State’s empty-headed PR
Government spokespersons need to decide if they are civil servants or publicity officers for politicians.
Violence erodes democracy and rights
Violence erodes democracy and rights
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation condemns the rape and murder of Uyinene Mrwetyana as a deplorable act. In accordance with our values...
Violence exacts huge toll on lives and a R1bn loss in the freight sector
Violence exacts huge toll on lives and a R1bn loss in the freight sector
Thirty-seven-year-old Charles Ntini was shot and killed while driving a truck on the N12 last month.
Where Aarto now for motorists?
Where Aarto now for motorists?
A war is now raging over the new road traffic law signed by President Cyril Ramaphosa last week.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces EU antitrust scrutiny
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces EU antitrust scrutiny
Social media behemoth Facebook's plan to launch a cryptocurrency is subject to an antitrust probe by European Union regulators, Bloomberg reports, citing a...
Beware the fake news soldiers
Beware the fake news soldiers
The number of Nigerians using social media is growing fast, thanks to affordable Chinese smartphones and the low cost of services such as WhatsApp...
WhatsApp played a big role in the Nigerian election. Not all of it was bad
WhatsApp played a big role in the Nigerian election. Not all of it was bad
There is growing concern about the potential for the message and media sharing platform WhatsApp to undermine democracy in a number of countries...
Rhino trade in the heart of darknets
Rhino trade in the heart of darknets
About a thousand rhino are being killed each year in South Africa. Rhino species in other countries are being driven to extinction. A sophisticated...
An SMS a day keeps teens alive
An SMS a day keeps teens alive
It was July 2018, Amsterdam.
The struggle to regulate online giants like Facebook, Google, Amazon
The struggle to regulate online giants like Facebook, Google, Amazon
Internet giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon have disrupted markets and culture in a lucrative rise to power that have regulators launching...
Boys join gangs to survive in toxic environment
Boys join gangs to survive in toxic environment
It is 10 in the morning on a weekday. There are surprisingly many children milling around Hanover Park, which is covered with a blanket of winter...
SA not immune to the global state of untruth
SA not immune to the global state of untruth
Fake news has become an explanation for political rupture, a byword for our current age of crisis and resurgent extremism, responsible for...

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