COMPLAINTS & CORRECTIONS
Though The PanAfrican Digest upholds the highest standards of journalism,
ocassional mistakes are inevitable, and somebody will find something we publish offensive or misleading.
This is why we have provided a Comment form under every article.
Rejoinders via the Comment form give our writers and editors to chance clarify their points,
redeem themselves or to make up for their errors publicly.
Who knows, it may even lead to a lively, informative debate.
However, if you think the matter is too too delicate to air out in a public forum, then use the form below.
The relevant sectional editor will do his/her best to address the issue as soon as possible,
or arrange a private discussion between you and the writer.
In all cases, please be polite. We will delete or bin any abusive and threatening post and,
if bad enough, report it to the police authorities in the relevant country.
We believe in the intrinsic courtliness and decorum of African discourse.
PRIVATE COMPLAINTS FORM