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Inside Labour | Numsa faces a doctrinal crisis

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So it seems that Numsa is in deep political, social, judicial and perhaps financial trouble. Photo: Fin24
So it seems that Numsa is in deep political, social, judicial and perhaps financial trouble. Photo: Fin24

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This manipulation becomes possible because there are too few well-trained and specialist journalists on the ground to unearth the facts behind confusing and often contradictory statements made in the name of a spurious concept of “balance”. Contradictory statements are often published without checking their veracity or providing proper context.

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