Sex sells and South Africans are totally buying. This past weekend sawFifty Shades Darkerhold strong in first place at the box office, suggesting that plot and character development are irrelevant when you can watch stock charactersget kinky enough for middle-aged white women.
The South African government should know by now: Twitterdoes not take anything seriously. So when it created #AskThePublicProtector, it should have come as no surprise that no one was using it to ask Busisiwe Mkhwebane questions she would ever read aloud.
Less than a month after users boycotted Uber due to CEOTravis Kalanick's ties to US President Donald Trump,a former employee has sparked new outrage over a blog post detailing institutionalised sexism at the company.
Africa seems to be just a tad too small for growing South African streaming company ShowMax. The Naspers-owned video-on-demand company today announced that it has infiltrated Europe, with a new service launched in Poland.
Internet behemoth Amazon has announced a new workplace messaging and conferencing facility. Dubbed Chime, the product is billed as a “communications service that transforms online meetings with a secure, easy-to-use application that you can trust”.
Hours after Disney announced they would no longer be affiliated with PewDiePie (AKA Felix Kjellberg), YouTube announced that they had cancelled his show and removed him from its premium advertising program.
Few things are more annoying than runaway videos on your devices thanks to Facebook autoplay. You can be mindlessly scrolling through your timeline one minute, and the next, some rando in a chicken suit starts dancing on your screen.
Disney announced yesterday that they would no longer be working with Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie — real name Felix Kjellberg — after it was revealed that he had paid two men to pose with hateful imagery in the name of a joke.
Tired of seeing the Dory accounts and Common White Girls of the world get thousands of retweets for stolen content? You're not alone! Plenty of Twitter users have had their relatable content taken and posted on accounts with millions of followers without credit.
Twitter is just not having a good end to the decade. After disappointing Q4 2016 financial results marred the platform's active role in the US Elections, a new report now suggests that Twitter is valued less than its Chinese rival Weibo.