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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 »

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 »

Steps that follow after an employee is caught committing fraud in South Africa

The negative effects of fraud on any organization, no matter its size, cannot be emphasized enough. Companies primarily protect themselves… 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 »

How to spot fraud in your company

Internal fraud can devastate any business, regardless of size. The company’s reputation, stakeholder relationships, and employee morale are all negatively… Read More »

Threat.technology article: FraudCracker and EthicsDefender make it safe to report wrongdoing and fraud

Ben and his team run a great website called Threat.technology. You can stay ahead of the latest cyber threats with… Read More »

Do your employees feel safe speaking up about wrongdoing?

Wrongdoing is rife in workplaces today. A massive 61% of U.S. workers say they’ve witnessed or experienced workplace harassment or… 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 »

FraudCracker interviewed by Safety Detective

Aviva Zacks of Safety Detective recently interviewed Colette Symanowitz of FraudCracker, to find out how our ground-breaking tech helps people… Read More »

Today is #GlobalEthicsDay2020

Today 21st October 2020 is Global Ethics Day. This is a fantastic teaching opportunity for organisations worldwide to share the… Read More »

FraudCracker gets certification from The Ethics Institute

It’s official! We now have certification from The Ethics Institute (TEI) for FraudCracker, our online fraud reporting tool with interactive… Read More »

South Africa joins outcry against U.S. exec order targeting ICC staff

On Thursday 11 June 2020 Donald Trump signed an exec order authorising travel restrictions and sanctions against International Criminal Court… Read More »

South Africa’s rhino dehorning project tackles poaching

South Africa has dehorned dozens of rhinos in 3 game parks. Hopefully, this decisive action will stop poachers taking advantage… Read More »

ACFE webinar: Protecting whistleblowers in the digital age

Thanks to all of you who attended our webinar for ACFESA (the Association of Fraud Examiners South Africa) that Colette… Read More »

On CoronaCracker site, you can report violations of coronavirus regulations

Good news: our CoronaCracker website is now up and running at http://www.coronacracker.co.za/. This enables you to anonymously report violations of… 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 »