whistleblowing

 
Pension whistleblower: She lost the battle, but won the war
Pension whistleblower: She lost the battle, but won the war
An “angry, distrustful and even vengeful woman”. This is how whistleblower Rosemary Hunter was described in an affidavit to the high court by...
The cost of breaking your silence is high
The cost of breaking your silence is high
As with sexual and gender-based violence, breaking the silence is not an event. Neither happens nor dissipates in the snap of a disclosing moment,...
Eskom’s whistle-blower case: Daniels fights back
Eskom’s whistle-blower case: Daniels fights back
Newly appointed Eskom CEO
Parliament reaches settlement with whistleblower
Parliament reaches settlement with whistleblower
“Vindicated and exonerated” is how former head of security at Parliament, Zelda Holtzman, reacted to a settlement that ended an almost...
Editorial: Who will guard whistle-blowers?
Editorial: Who will guard whistle-blowers?
It’s not easy being a whistle-blower. Take the examples of Edward Snowden and Julian Assange. In South Africa, a Ms X is facing the wrath of her...
WikiLeaks, Snowden lawyers back Trillian whistle-blower
WikiLeaks, Snowden lawyers back Trillian whistle-blower
Cornered by the financial might of her former bosses of a Gupta-linked company, the woman who spilled the beans on Nenegate has landed the backing of...
​New law makes whistle-blowing riskier
​New law makes whistle-blowing riskier
More and more whistle-blowers seem to be emerging into the light as new revelations are made daily about state capture, but this is misleading. In...
Mexico media courts anonymous tip-offs
Mexico media courts anonymous tip-offs
In a country rife with corruption, crime and abuse – and where saying the wrong thing within earshot of the wrong people can get you killed –...
Calling all whistleblowers: AfriLeaks offers a secure platform
Calling all whistleblowers: AfriLeaks offers a secure platform
In the post-Snowden world in which we live, with government...
Hawks whistle-blower slain
Hawks whistle-blower slain
A Bloemfontein whistle-blower who had apparently lodged a complaint with the public protector and was working with the Hawks anti-corruption unit was...
US soldier Manning found guilty on most charges
US soldier Manning found guilty on most charges
Military judge colonol Denise Lind on Tuesday found US soldier Bradley Manning not guilty of aiding the enemy – the most serious charge he...
US vs them: A new brand of patriot acts
US vs them: A new brand of patriot acts
When Darrell Anderson joined the United States military at age 22 he knew there was going to be a war, and he wanted to fight it. “I thought...

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