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Verification and fact-checking policy

THESTANDARD.africa we are committed to providing accurate and reliable information to our audience. We recognize the importance of verification and fact-checking in achieving this goal. To that end, we have established the following verification and fact-checking policy:

Verification: We verify all facts, figures, and statements made in our reporting. We use multiple sources whenever possible and cross-check information to ensure accuracy. We also verify the credibility and reliability of our sources and their information.

Fact-Checking: THESTANDARD.africa alias WEST STANDARD MORNING STANDARD fact-check all statements of fact made in our reporting. We also fact-check claims made by sources and public figures, and we provide context and analysis to help our audience understand the significance and implications of these claims.

Editorial Review: We subject all content to editorial review to ensure that it meets our standards for accuracy and reliability. We also conduct regular internal reviews of our practices and policies to identify and prevent errors and inaccuracies in our reporting.

Transparency: We are transparent about our verification and fact-checking processes and provide clear explanations of how we arrived at our conclusions. We also provide sources and links to support our reporting whenever possible.

Corrections: We take responsibility for correcting errors and inaccuracies in our reporting and correct them promptly and transparently. We label corrections prominently and provide clear explanations of what was corrected and why.

Our commitment to accuracy and reliability is an ongoing process, and we will continue to evaluate and improve our policies and practices to ensure that we provide reliable and trustworthy information to our audience.

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