The DA, and Phumzile Van Damme in particular, plan to probe Facebook on election misinformation during a Parliamentary meeting on 25th May.
Facebook identified two networks of fake accounts in Uganda and Palestine, both of which were trying to influence elections.
This week’s africast looks at what will happen to the world’s technology when the US president is finally decided on.
With the US elections drawing ever closer, Facebook is showing off how its guarding the gates.
Employees have suggested Facebook implement stricter rules for politicians, not more lenient ones.
In two hours of leaked audio Mark Zuckerberg talks openly with employees about competitors, threats and more.
YouTube has adopted a similar tack to Facebook when it comes to what politicians can say on its platform.
Among the top ten searches in the last week were the EFF and leader Julius Malema.
Some Unisa exam venues will be used as polling stations, necessitating that some exams be moved.
The social network recognises its responsibility to users during elections and is making moves to make the platform a better informed space.
Kenya will host its presidential election in August, but there are already threats of its government implementing an internet shutdown.
MMA monitored 47 news sources across the country to analyse the balance between men and women being quoted in run up to the recent elections.
EFF leader, Julius Malema, took to Twitter to tweet a photo of a letter sent by the ANC to the FF+, proposing a coalition in a Limpopo municipality.
As results from the 2016 Municipal Elections are almost concluded, Code4SA, shows us how many women councillors have won in wards across the country.
It looks like EFF is considering entering into a coalition with either the ANC or DA, and it’s turned to Twitter for input from South Africans.
South Africa is more than four hours into the 2016 Municipal Elections. You can track the live results and news online using various sources.
Firm offers R250 000 reward for information about attack on broadband infrastructure.
With the normal 2016 Municipal Elections upon us, data from social media tells us how South Africans feel about the three big parties.