Meghan and Harry have levelled up in their ongoing feud with the media, starting with the UK’s most infamous tabloids.
When you put the headlines side-by-side, it’s hard to ignore the fact that the media is far nicer to Kate, than they are to Meghan.
Despite the court case against them, the Daily Mail couldn’t resist letting Piers Morgan have a rant about Harry and Meghan.
Narratiive has released its website traffic statistics for July, revealing the largest online publishers in South Africa.
A viral video supposedly showing a Russian feminist pouring bleach onto the crotches of ‘manspreading’ men isn’t quite what it was thought to be.
Everyone loves a good pun, but you can bet there’s going to be someone kicking up a stink about a poster a reader sent our way. Very spicy.
Facebook made a booboo, and some of the biggest names in advertising are very unimpressed. Not surprising when some have spent well into the billions.
Everyone loves taking a stab at what the future might hold, but when the man who created a site with 80 million visits per month talks, you listen.
News of Taylor Swift’s new romance made many people sad over Youth Day, but it may all be for show.
I guess the role of the media depends on who you ask. Some would have you believe that the main role is that of a watchdog, reining in those misusing their power. Others see it differently.
We know that Jacob Zuma isn’t exactly the darling of many of South Africa’s premier news outlets, something that Steven Motale thinks warrants an apology.
Two of South Africa’s biggest media houses are set to duke it out in court after disagreeing on copyright issues. It could get messy.
ANC is trying to control everything, including freedom of speech…See what Naspers have to say about that.
The KZN High Court has ordered a woman to remove defamatory comments about her ex-boyfriend and father of her child from her Facebook page. Awkies…
While the glitz and glamour of being celeb is not a half-bad thought for most of us, it can become a little tedious when you are in fact constantly in the limelight and being bombarded by reporters.
The Daily Mail’s caption mistake gives British Open winner Rory Mcllroy an insult he’s probably never heard before.
SA’s magazine for women, Grazia, have caused some allegedly intentional outrage following their tweet concerning finding a definition for the term “slut.” Jeepers creepers ladies… there’s being provocative then there’s this!
Prepare to cringe at the ridiculous level of materialism flaunted by a teen who has launched a new SnapChat account to show off his wealth.
Facebook suffers a global outage that sends the social media stratosphere into hysterics, as people from South Africa, France, Belgium and Germany join in to deliver some Facebook hate.
WeChat has seen significant growth in the past 12 months, going up against the likes of Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger, putting the Chinese-based instant messenger on the map.
Women raise their voices following the misogynistic manifesto by Elliot Rodger.
South African media company Naspers could teach its US counterparts a thing or two…
The issue at hand means that we can’t go browsing porn sites at work. But what if we were to tell you that they are creating advertising for Porn Hub that is now, well, VERY office friendly? Would you be impressed?
Pop the champagne, we have gone full circle. Mashable’s article on the ever increasing interest of the Oscar Pistorius trial, is a good read, but it is our own little feature that we would like to point out.
Reddit has had some fairly explosive guests on their ‘AMA’ (ask me anything) page, but none quite like ex-mafia boss, Michael Franzese.