Babes Wodumo has responded to cyberbullies who had a lot to say about her weight loss after recent pictures of her were circulated online.
Artist, Samthing Soweto has addressed concerns about his weight loss. He was cyberbullied after sharing a picture showing a slimmer frame.
‘Cyberbullies came like a flood’: Award-winning gqom star Babes Wodumo speaks out against online bullies ahead of her return to music.
‘You recruit bullies and reward them’: One tweep replied to Pearl Thusi, who called for cyberbullies to be cancelled after Riky Rick’s death.
South African tweeps have turned on DJ Tira in the wake of his tweets surrounding the tragic death of rapper Riky Rick …
Amnesty International South Africa is accusing Twitter of not doing enough to protect women against cyber abuse.
Melanie du Bois and a number of other stars are shedding light on their struggles amid Mental Health Awareness Month.
After constantly being dragged on Twitter, ‘RHOD’ star Kgomotso Ndungane opens up on how the cyberbullying affected her.
Veteran actress Tina Jaxa just scored her first presenting gig on Moja Love in their new show, ‘Clap Back’.
The multi-talented 14-year-old Gabrielle has recently released her debut single, ‘Nasty’, and will be on our screens in M-Net’s ‘Reyka’ this month.
The #SharingPositivity movement calls on South Africans to stand up against cyberbullying and online harassment.
Cyberbullies go out of their way online to destroy someone else’s confidence, but the experts say being a bully in itself is a problem.
Distance learning may become the new normal – but there are new risks in this virtual school environment. Here’s what you need to keep in mind.
International STAND UP to Bullying Day, observed in February and November, is a semi-annual event in which participants sign and wear a pink shirt to take a visible, public stance against bullying.
The International Stand Up to Bullying Day serves as an opportunity to take stock of cyber-bullying and how it’s impacting your children. Sadly, social media platforms aren’t doing enough.
Safer Internet Day is observed annually on 11 February. It is a world-wide event used to raise awareness about online safety. Everyone is encouraged to help create a better online environment.