As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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Tencent plans to rein in content on WeChat by culling the number of public accounts on the platform, responding to the latest in a series of Chinese government clean-ups.
Self-censorship is kicking in fast on WeChat as China’s new rules on message groups casts a chill among the 963 million users of Tencent’s social network.
A Chinese billionaire who went missing from Hong Kong and is believed to have been abducted by mainland security agents is reportedly under investigation in connection with China's 2015 stocks crash.
Millions of flyers in China may soon see their wish come true: Authorities are considering lifting restrictions on the use of mobile phones on planes.
Messaging app WeChat is heavily focused on the take-up of its wallet technology in South Africa this year, says the app's head of Africa Brett Loubser.
The robots are coming — to help run your life or sell you stuff — at an online texting service near you.
Social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram are increasingly being used in Asia as platforms for the illegal trade in a range of threatened species.
Fin24 users have expressed their views on mobile social network Mxit’s dramatic decline.
Instant messaging service Mxit is the best web application ever to be created in Africa, according to Alan Knott-Craig Jnr.
How is top SA radio presenter Gareth Cliff's CliffCentral doing? Here are some questions to find out how the new venture is faring.
Bullet Message, the social media upstart touted as a challenger to Tencent’s ubiquitous WeChat, has been removed from Apple’s China app store for potential content violations.
Tencent has posted a quarterly profit that surpassed all estimates as its marquee title Honour of Kings drove a 54% surge in mobile gaming revenue.
We simply got less discerning, writes Dion Chang, and all social-media etiquette went out the window.
Late to the party, WeChat, China's biggest Internet-based mobile messaging platform, is scrambling to get a piece of the action in the booming African market.
An artificial intelligence 'chatbot' from a US restaurant now lets you order a meal in a smartphone text exchange.
Internet micro-jobbing service Money for Jam has ceased trading after failing to make a profit, the company’s CEO Andre Hugo has told Fin24.
Instant messaging application WeChat has launched a local digital wallet that it hopes could replace the need to carry cash or cards.
China's Tencent has fixed a flaw in its WeChat instant messaging application that exposed some of the service’s 600 million users to malicious software.
Mobile application WeChat, a 600 million user messaging app, illustrates why messaging apps are attracting huge funding.
Relatives of passengers missing after a Chinese cruise ship capsized have expressed agony and anger after an official admitted there is no hope of finding more survivors.
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