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“No bodyguards or hiding for me.” NLC fraud whistleblower

Arthur Mafokate’s old business partner Brian Mokoena has admitted that he is not terrified of the kwaito legend, according to… Read More »

Keeping an eye out for hybrid workers: indicators of employee fraud and precautions for the company

While there are many well-known advantages of hybrid working, there are also substantial ongoing obstacles for companies. In light of… Read More »

Employer-friendly guide to whistleblowing

Cases involving whistleblowers can be financially and reputationally harmful to the organizations they are brought against. Therefore, it’s crucial that… Read More »

Fleet manager for NDPP is given R3000 bail after being charged of R100K fuel card theft.

Jim Mohau Ntsasa, a worker for Bloemfontein’s Director of Public Prosecution, was detained for exceeding the R100,000 limit on his… Read More »

Victory for whistleblower as court orders reinstatement

A woman received compensation for the “punishment” she suffered after bringing attention to attempted nepotism in the department. The whistleblower… Read More »

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 »

5 Most Important Findings of Twitter Whistleblower

The former security head of Twitter is raising awareness of business practices that he claims have compromised US national security… Read More »

Mark MacGann comes forward as the Uber whistleblower

The whistleblower was identified by The Guardian as Mark MacGann, who served as the firm’s senior lobbyist in Europe from… 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 »

Medical whistleblower reinstated

Dr. De Maayer is back at work after his suspension was lifted by the Department of Health. This comes after… Read More »

Workplace: This is where you’re most likely to face moral dilemmas and temptations to act unethically.

Employees are not immune from unethical behaviour simply because they are at work. Because we spend so much time at… Read More »

Can misconduct outside work land you in trouble?

With recent looting primarily in Gauteng and KZN, many businesses faced unexpected challenges. The country witnessed many people taking part… 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 »

The risks of wearing too many hats in the workplace when practicing leadership

Past failures at Boeing, WeWork and Facebook show why companies should avoid having the same person double as CEO and… Read More »

Ostracised for being a whistle-blower

Whistle-blowers are called by so many names, many of which are unpleasant. Coming forward and reporting takes a great deal… 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 »

Why don’t we speak up when we see wrongdoing?

Cutting out junk food, getting 8 hours’ sleep a night, exercising daily – everyone knows we should be doing these… Read More »

Speaking out when it matters

Speaking up at work can be very difficult, even if you know it’s the right thing to do. You see… 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 »

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