The network operator, which is the primary one in eSwatini, is turning to the courts in order to overturn the decision as protests continue.
Facebook says that it saw “no evidence” that the group’s event violated its guidelines, prior to a 17 year-old shooting two protestors earlier this week.
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, Sony has made the decision to keep the world’s attention there rather than on its games.
The news platform says its app was removed after being criticised by Chinese government.
YouTube takes a similar approach to Twitter and Facebook.
It’s seemingly one step forward, and two steps back from the firm.
The Tshwane University of Technology has suspended academic learning due to protests at four of their campuses.
SRCs from UKZN and Wits have released memorandums of demand to their university management. Here’s what they want.
Tensions are running high as the EFF protest outside Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.
#SocialMediaBlackout is now trending on social media. Wait, what?
#AntiZumaMarches started early this morning across the country. Protesters are calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma.
Outa is calling on the ruling party to condemn the veiled threats being made by its support base.
The South African arm of the Tajamuka group is marching to the Zimbabwe Embassy in Pretoria in support of today’s shut down in their home country.
Citizens have rallied financial support to bail out protestors arrested in last weeks’ stay away in Zimbabwe, using mobile money.
Protestors in Zimbabwe have used the power of social media to rally around the #ThisFlag campaign.
This map shows where in South Africa Uber has encountered issues so far.
Witnesses say metered taxi drivers harassed their Uber driver and threatened to beat him up at gunpoint.
Rights group renews campaign for free calls for all!