Cyberbullying: Virtual threats a real danger

A looming threat: Of the 5% of respondents in the Digi survey who had been cyberbullied since the pandemic started, 50% reported that they had faced online bullying at least once a week.

SOCIAL media has increasingly become an inextricable part of our lives.

This is especially true for students who have had to adapt to using various online platforms as part of their studies when schools were forced to shutter because of Covid-19.

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