Pledge your support to a Safer Internet in South Africa

Safer Internet South Africa is about, ‘Playing your part for a safer internet’, providing an opportunity to explore the responsibility we all have to help create a kinder more inclusive online community.

Pledge and sign up and receive a FREE article on parenting and child education and stand a chance to WIN a copy of Tech Savvy Parenting, written by our Brand Ambassador, Nikki Bush.

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Tech Savvy Parenting

Tech-Savvy Parenting will appeal to parents and teachers who are:

  • needing to make sense of a daunting digital world
  • wondering how to keep children safe in a digital world
  • wanting to understand the strong attraction between kids, technology and social media
  • worried about the dangers of the digital world
  • wanting to help young people become tech-savvy and responsible users of media
  • attempting to bridge the digital divide

Did you know?

Teens who use texting between the ages of twelve and seventeen, send and receive an average of 1,500 messages per month

Did you know?

Teens who use texting between the ages of twelve and seventeen, send and receive an average of 1,500 messages per month

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Reporting:

Illegal Behaviour – If you need to report suspicious or illegal online activity towards children, you should contact, or report it to the South African Childline.

Getting help / advice: for the youth – The South African Childline is a 24/7 free service for children and young people.