For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
Sprinkles late. More clouds than sun. Cool.
Instagram might let you re-gram other people's photos. Finally.
An egg icon that for years marked profiles of new Twitter users was gone on Monday, a victim of "trolls" who often hid behind them to launch anonymous online attacks.
Facebook’s fourth-quarter revenue climbed more than forecast, driven by advertisers’ continued push to reach consumers on mobile phones.
India's government has faced mockery on social media for tweeting an apparently doctored photo of its image-conscious prime minister.
Many organisations are embracing social media policies in an effort to mitigate risks associated with online behaviour of employees.
The hacker group Anonymous has claimed to have taken out 5 500 Twitter accounts linked to the Islamic State group.
A Frenchman has become an online sensation after being pictured storming out of his house in his underwear brandishing a spade to chase away bird conservationists.
A 17-year-old student has been arrested after he allegedly became abusive to Australian police trying to question him about comments he made saying he hoped police burned in hell.
A US teen has been charged with encouraging her boyfriend via text messages to kill himself.
Egypt has sentenced two women to six months in prison with labour for appearing in racy music videos.
Twitter on Thursday unveiled a low-data usage version of the social network, which aims to bring in users in emerging markets and areas with slow or expensive mobile networks.
Facebook-owned social messaging service WhatsApp is preparing to roll out big updates to its app, if the beta version of the service is anything to go by.
Vanishing message app Snapchat made a photo lens quickly disappear after an online uproar branding it an offensive stereotype of Asians worthy of the label "Yellow Face."
The Twitteratti world was abuzz on Saturday night after a sighting of what is believed to be an Unidentified Flying Object above Cape Town.
Belgian police have offered a virtual bowl of pet food to internet cats to thank social media users for agreeing to pause their posts during a major anti-terrorism operation in Brussels.
US President Barack Obama has belatedly joined more than a billion other Facebook using his first post to encourage action against climate change.
Dozens of women took to the streets of Guinea's capital over a video shared on social media which appeared to show a rape filmed by the attacker.
The number of daily active Facebook users in South Africa has shot up to 7.3 million while in Nigeria this figure is 7.1 million.
A US pastor has committed suicide six days after his name was exposed by hackers of the Ashley Madison adultery website.
A US teen has been sentenced to more than 11 years for supporting ISIS.
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