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South Africa’s new harassment guide employers need to know

According to the Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace aggression, psychological abuse,… Read More »

NDAs ‘should not silence sexual harassment claims’

Ex-movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and his company used non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to silence accusations of his sexual misbehaviour. But NDAs… Read More »

South Africa now has vital laws for sex offences courts

South African laws and regulations outlining the standards for sex offences courts were published on 7 Feb 2020 and implemented… Read More »

Successfully navigating the post #MeToo workplace

On the surface, it looks like women are making progress toward equality in the post #MeToo era. In politics, women… Read More »

Social media: a rising threat to journalists’ freedom

Social media has made democracies more democratic by giving everyone a voice. But it also makes cyberbullies with large followings… Read More »

Bullying and sexual harassment rife in the legal field

Bullying and sexual harassment are rampant in the legal profession. This is according to a new study on nearly 7,000… Read More »

Sterling’s dark, dirty secret: a culture of sexual harassment and unequal pay for women

While the #MeToo Movement shone a global spotlight on the entertainment industry, it’s painfully clear that the problem is just… Read More »

Check out our new EthicsDefender video!

Our new EthicsDefender video is live. Take a look and let us know what you think! P.S. Big shout-out to… Read More »

Why open secrets exist in organisations

In 2017, the New York Times broke the now widely-known scandal of media mogul Harvey Weinstein’s apparent decades-long pattern of… Read More »