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The cost of breaking your silence is high

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Parliament reaches settlement with whistleblower

Former head of security Zelda Holtzman is relieved that her “name is cleared”

Editorial: Who will guard whistle-blowers?

Whistle-blowers get crushed by big companies who prosecute them forever. They need protection.

WikiLeaks, Snowden lawyers back Trillian whistle-blower

Gupta-linked Trillian tries to keep their ‘state capture’ dealings under wraps but a major corruption buster has stepped in to help.

​New law makes whistle-blowing riskier

Research shows that the number of whistle-blowers is declining in South Africa.

Mexico media courts anonymous tip-offs

An alliance of media outlets and civil society groups is courting potential whistle-blowers with a new digital platform that promises anonymity.

Calling all whistleblowers: AfriLeaks offers a secure platform

Whistleblowers can now send us tip-offs via afriLeaks, a secure and anonymous method of leaking information to the M&G.

Hawks whistle-blower slain

Mystery surrounds the killing of a shop steward who alleged illegal dealings at a water parastatal

US soldier Manning found guilty on most charges

US soldier Bradley Manning has been found not guilty of aiding the enemy, but guilty of most of the other 20 criminal counts against him.

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