Why Trust Times Post

The Times Post aims to be one of the best and most reliable platforms for news, targeting people who dare to challenge and people who want clarity in a fake news-flying world, taking our readers to the heart of the stories that mold our world.

Our core values:

  1. We are unapologetically bold.
  2. We are rebellious.
  3. Our dedicated creative thinking team makes sure we’re at the forefront.
  4. We earn trust by behaving with integrity.
  5. We are innovators and the fastest-growing news company in South Africa.
  6. We put people at the center of every story we publish.
  7. We will never publish a story that did not happen.
  8. We lead the path by writing it first.

Ethics policy

We understand that our reputation as a news company is our most valuable asset, so it is most important that our stories are always of the highest quality.

We are working out of the box to make sure that anyone consuming news from The Times Post website will have confidence that the news is from a credible and reliable source.

We know that social media plays an increasingly important role in our daily working lives and it is important that we apply the same standards to all of our content on whichever platform we share it.

Diversity staffing

It’s our people that make The Times Post so successful, and that’s why we work hard to be an inclusive employer.

We know that embracing different perspectives and celebrating diversity makes The Times Post a great place to work. It means we foster innovation and make better decisions as a company.

At Times Post we are dedicated to equal opportunities and we welcome applicants regardless of ethnicity, gender, race, color, religious beliefs, disability, or age.

Corrections policy

We expect our reporting to be accurate at all times, but we are only human, and sometimes make mistakes. That is why we have an established process for dealing with factual errors within reasonable times and appropriately.

To let us know where we have gone wrong, click here.

We actively monitor the Times Post complaint inbox at all times. If someone does contact us to query or challenge a fact, we have published, we will take detailed notes of where and when it happened.

Rather than engaging in a discussion we will make a note of their name, number, and the time of the call, and refer it to the Output Editor and/or the Managing Editor.

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