From pointing out the contradictions in sentencing to those who think it’s fair, here’s how Twitter reacted to Oscar Pistorius’ six years in prison for murdering Reeva Steenkamp.
These Twitter users gave us some insight into their work life and basically nailed the reality of it all.
South Africans have slowly run out of patience for Hlaudi Motsoeneg and the national broadcaster’s antics, and Jimi Matthews’ resignation earlier today was the straw that broke the camel’s back.
He lost his daughter in the Paris terror attacks and proceeded to take legal action against Twitter, Facebook and Google for ‘helping to spread terrorist propaganda’.
The pranksters caused quite a spectacle!
And the Father of the Year Award goes to….
First, we had Penny Sparrow’s “monkey” comment and now there’s Matthew Theunissen’s shocking racist rant that’s set social media alight. Come on man!
Being a female sports reporter can sometimes be quite awful.
He’s hardly switched off the mic and folks have already started whispering that Zuma and the ANC are covering something up with the Arms Deal report… have a look.
These companies have had just about enough of your s***!
While opposition parties prepare for today’s impeachment vote in parliament, South Africans from across the board seem to have made up their minds already. Have a look.
Sleazy misogyny 0, internet 1.
This is taking crazy ex lover to the next level.
ANC Jozi had a rather interesting election strategy on Wednesday.
Ok so Carien du Plessis is no stranger to controversy, but this time she’s attracted the scorn of not only her enemies, but the Twitterverse as well… like pretty much everyone else this week.
FYI: Your favorite movie may be ruined forever…
“Hopefully it’s organic.”
#BreakUpIn5Words is trending on Twitter and folks are going nuts… oh and it’s kinda funny too.
Yusuf Abramjee’s open letter to Jacob Zuma has set off a chain reaction on Twitter and everyone’s jumping on the bandwagon.
The internet can be a weird and wonderful place. Like when this dead raccoon was found on the sidewalk and a simple clean up request became a vigil for a the little fallen fella.
Zimbabwe’s Jonathan Moyo is known for putting his foot in it, but this time he might have gone too far; and South Africans are hitting back hard as #SomeoneTellProfMoyo trends on Twitter.