Parliamentarians are entitled to a good salary and pension benefits, but luxuries have no place in the current economic climate, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
The Twitter account @helpsurvivors, which "exposes" alleged rapists based on allegations sent in by other users, has retracted an allegation it posted against an alleged rapist after it was found to be a prank.
A Cape Town-based artist has used international Mandela Day to try to raise funds for her helper via social media.
Facebook removed more than three billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous six months, the company has said.
Police management in KwaZulu-Natal have condemned the posting of a video clip on social media in which a real-life domestic violence situation is re-enacted.
Residents in the Joburg area have taken to social media in reaction to a tremor that was felt across the city.
Traffic on the N1 south has been briefly held up because of a truck that lost its load of chickens, social media reports indicate.
Twitter users have lashed out in their numbers at business tycoon Johann Rupert, following a controversial interview on Power FM.
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has apologised for the "ebolas" comment made on social media earlier this week when he arrested an informal trader selling cow heads.
Facebook says it blocked some 30 accounts on its platform and 85 more on Instagram after police warned they may be linked to "foreign entities" trying to interfere in the US midterm election.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has urged media personality Redi Tlhabi to apologise after an ongoing Twitter war ensued following the announcement of the latest amendments to travel rules for minors.
A US reporter who enraged some South African tweeps for referring to President Cyril Ramaphosa as an "unidentified leader" in a tweet, has responded to the backlash by tagging the president in a new tweet.
Wimpy is investigating an incident at one of its restaurants in which a patron dined in a Nazi-style military uniform, complete with a swastika on his arm.
Facebook has once again dropped the ball on user information by allowing a public server to store hundreds of millions of user account information.
Marelize Horn, the Namibian woman who rode her bicycle into rugby posts in a video that has been going viral, has described herself as an accident-prone person who falls down almost every day.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has taken to Twitter to warn about a social media account impersonating him and offering people a business opportunity.
EFF leader Julius Malema and DA chief Mmusi Maimane have taken to Twitter as Vodacom's meeting with the red berets continues to divide opinions.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has denied liking a tweet by Black First Land First spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp that is highly critical of Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
A "false flag" campaign tries to give the appearance that a particular person or group of people is responsible for conduct perpetrated by others.
A woman says she has been bullied for dating outside her race but felt it was the last straw when she received a racist Facebook message from someone she knew.
An "administrative error" has led to the leaking of answers to a South African bar exam paper.
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