a) Frengo is dedicated to ensuring the accuracy of information across all its content. We employ rigorous measures, including skepticism when investigating claims, questioning assumptions, and challenging conventional wisdom.

b) Our commitment to accuracy is fundamental to our reputation and the trust of our audiences. We define ‘due accuracy’ as being adequate and appropriate to the output, considering the subject and nature of the content, explicitly addressing any constraints that may impact expectations.

c) All our content, tailored to its subject and nature, is well-sourced, based on available evidence, and corroborated. We strive for honesty, openness about uncertainties, and avoid unfounded speculation.

d) Our journalists neither deliberately plagiarize nor distort facts or context, including visual information.

e) Frengo seeks independent verification from sources, especially for claims made by public officials or those with agendas beyond truth reporting. Unverifiable content is typically attributed.

d) Frengo stands by the accuracy of its published information. If proven otherwise, we promptly correct the news item, maintaining transparency and acknowledging serious factual errors.

e) We encourage the public to report inaccuracies via the ‘Suggest A Correction’ section at the end of each web-story, fostering a fair opportunity for correction.

f) Our journalists’ primary responsibility is reporting, writing, and fact-checking. Stories undergo review by one or more editors, with a multi-level fact-checking structure for due diligence based on factors such as complexity, sensitivity, and time constraints.

Correction Policies:

While Frengo.com strives for excellence, occasional errors may occur. To achieve accuracy, transparency, and excellence, readers and Frengo.com follow these steps:


  • Contact the editor-in-chief, Emilee Wentland, immediately via email hello@frengo.com , phone, mail, or in person, to report errors.
  • Include correction details, issue date, where the error was seen, the reader’s name, and contact information.
  • Provide correct information and sources if applicable.
  • A response from the editor-in-chief is expected, with further contact if needed. Note that correction submission guarantees investigation but not necessarily issuance.


  • The editor-in-chief investigates using reader-provided information, meeting minutes, and other sources.
  • If an error is found, corrections are issued in print, online, and on social media.
  • Print corrections appear on page 2A in the next issue, denoting the issue, article, and correction.
  • Online articles are corrected, with an editor’s note detailing the correction.
  • Social media posts link to the corrected article, noting the correction.
  • The editor-in-chief informs the reader who submitted the correction about the steps taken to rectify the error.