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Zondo advocates for the protection of whistleblowers

Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has stated once more that his commission of inquiry found evidence of state capture. During a… Read More »

South Africa’s big banks are warned by SARB.

The largest banks in the nation have been alerted by the Prudential Authority of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)… Read More »

South African nurse living in the UK struck off the roll for fraud claims

A South African nurse who had lived and worked in the UK for more than ten years was struck off… Read More »

R89.4m SASSA Fraud kept hush hush

A staggering R89.4 million has been stolen through social grant system between 16 and 28 October. Postbank employees or Postbank… Read More »

Whistleblowers aid in uncovering corruption at Lottery offices in NC

Thanks to the effort of 2 whistleblowers the SIU and the Hawks were tipped on information of how non-profit organisations… Read More »

Even death threats won’t stop Athol Williams whistleblowing about corruption

In 2021 Athol Williams spoke out at South Africa’s State Capture Commission about corruption, implicating consulting firm Bain in destroying… Read More »

Corruption: Can we stop the gravy train? (ACFE SA Conference talk)

Thanks to ACFE SA for the incredible opportunity today to present on ‘Corruption: can we stop the gravy train?’ at… Read More »

Guptas’ state capture cost South Africa almost R50bn

Following the money from government entities to the Guptas’ coffers, nearly R50 billion can be traced through invoices and bank… Read More »

SA cabinet adopts anti-corruption strategy

Corruption has been rife in SA for decades, and the government has set up structures to deal with it head-on.… Read More »

U.S. court grants IDC access to Gupta financial records from 17 global banks

Remember that saying “The wheels of justice turn slowly but they grind exceedingly fine”? It’s finally come true for the Guptas. Proof that… Read More »

Corruption: can we beat the gravy train? Webinar

Corruption is a massive problem worldwide with deep social, political and economic costs. But it isn’t unbeatable. We can beat… Read More »

5 government officials arrested in fraud case linked to Vrede dairy farm and Department of Agriculture

In South Africa, the fight against corruption is finally leading to arrests. On 17-Aug-2020, the Hawk’s Serious Corruption Investigation team… Read More »

Mashaba’s People’s Dialogue party to hit corruption hard

The party created by former Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba, The People’s Dialogue, has corruption-busting at the top of its agenda.… Read More »

The US businessman who made life hard for the Guptas

US businessman Bill Browder was Russia’s biggest foreign investor – until he took on the corruption endemic to the system.… Read More »

Gambling with lives: Government not protecting corruption whistle-blowers

South Africa’s Minister of Police Bheki Cele is not carrying out his constitutional responsibility to ‘prevent, combat… crime [and] to… Read More »

Is the WHO division tackling the coronavirus corrupt and underfunded?

The WHO Health Emergencies Program, the division spearheading the worldwide response to the coronavirus outbreak, is severely underfunded, recent audits… Read More »

Did corruption trigger the coronavirus outbreak?

The latest lethal strain of coronavirus arose at a wild animal meat market in Wuhan, China. This is according to… Read More »

Africa’s richest woman accused of fraud and corruption

Prosecutors in Angola are accusing Africa’s richest woman, Isabel dos Santos, of embezzlement and money laundering. Attorney General Helder Pitta… Read More »

Will Ukraine’s new whistle-blower law punish innocent businesses?

October 2019 saw Ukraine’s Parliament introduce the “Whistle-blowers Law”. This gives far-reaching protection to people who blow the lid on… Read More »

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