Zimbabweans have resorted to using a VPN to access sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Martha O’Donovan allegedly retweeted a tweet that called President Robert Mugabe a goblin.
Road Rules aims to educate drivers about the laws governing Zimbabwe’s highways.
At least 11 countries cut access to the internet or social media last year during public unrest. Could it happen in SA in the future?
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.
The Tajamuka/Sesijikisile group has organised another major shut down in Zimbabwe for tomorrow and has urged citizens to join in.
Zimbabwe’s government has suspended data price promotions, resulting in 2GB going from $3 to as much as $50.
Regulators are being heavy handed in their clamp down on UAVs.
While masses in Zimbabwe take up the fight in the streets, a different kind of hero is getting the message across on YouTube.
Marchers today moved from the centre of Pretoria to the Zimbabwe Embassy to hand over a memorandum demanding an end to human rights abuses.
Citizens have rallied financial support to bail out protestors arrested in last weeks’ stay away in Zimbabwe, using mobile money.
South Africans have launched an online petition to show solidarity with protestors in Zimbabwe, calling for an end to police brutality against citizens.
This week Clinton, Lungelo and Brendyn discuss Zimbabwe and how to be a bit more anonymous online. Then we dive into the going-ons at the SABC over the last seven days.
It’s been almost 24 hours since the government and ZANU-PF websites in Zimbabwe were taken down by Anonymous Africa.
The hacktivist group took down ZANU-PF’s website on Wednesday afternoon, saying it stands with the people of Zimbabwe and today’s stay away protest.
WhatsApp, one of the most powerful communication tools in the protests in Zimbabwe, stopped working just as the #ShutDownZim protests were set to start.
Protestors in Zimbabwe have used the power of social media to rally around the #ThisFlag campaign.
MoneyGram and Econet Wireless have partnered to make money transfers easier.