Associate Professor Camaren Peter, Executive Director of the CABC interrogates traditional and social media’s role in reporting, analysing and fueling the unrest with Heather Robertson, editor of Daily Maverick 168 and Herman Wasserman Senior Research Associate of the CABC. Listen to the full interview
The youth of South Africa may have envisioned a very different reality for their country from what they have witnessed this past week. They need to appreciate that the painful past we carry is not going to heal itself and that the baton has now been passed to them. Read full article
Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business Cameren Peter says it is becoming more and more important to shift our focus to the role of social media. This follows an admission by Defence Minister Siviswe Mapisa-Nqakula that information that had been making the rounds on these platforms ahead of the...
This is a weekly report of COVID & vaccine concerns, rumours and misinformation in SA prepared by the RCCE Social Listening (see the note on Read full article
We need to pay much more serious attention to the agitation taking place in cyberspace, writes Camaren Peter Read full article
Guest: Stuart Jones, Director of Projects at the Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC), based Duration Read full article
Interview with Camaren Peter on Smile FM
Yaum Un Jadeed – The imprisonment of Jacob Zuma is a failure of our politics not our institutions With Guest Camaren Peter journalist and writer of the article Listen to this by clicking here. Listen to the full interview
Jacob Zuma will be a more powerful figure inside prison than he is outside it. That is because it is easier to construct heroic myths about a person who is not in the public eye, but resides in the public imagination. The network that has converged around the ex-president presents an existential threat to the...