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Monday 18 November 2019 | Published in Opinion

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The Sift column has always equipped itself an investigative role by an in-depth study of critical issues, involving the public interest. In other words, it will sift and sieve the facts like turning over riverbed pebbles and shingles to look for gold. Once gold is struck, there is a loud exclamation, “Gotcha!”

The Sift column has always equipped itself an investigative role by an in-depth study of critical issues, involving the public interest. In other words, it will sift and sieve the facts like turning over riverbed pebbles and shingles to look for gold. Once gold is struck, there is a loud exclamation, “Gotcha!”


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