/ 3 December 2021

Protected Disclosures Act: How did whistleblowing law go wrong?

Candlelight Vigil For Corruption Fighter Babita Deokaran In Joburg
Too little protection: Slain corruption fighter Babita Deokaran was not safe after making disclosures relating to personal protective equipment fraud at the Gauteng health department. (Fani Mahuntsi/Gallo Images)
Current legislation mainly protects employees and those who make allegations anonymously and offers too little protection for witnesses

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