The Status of Whistleblowing In South Africa

This important review of the status of whistleblowing in South Africa – in law, practice and implementation – assesses the progress made in the country and details how far it must still go to a full realisation of a meaningful culture of disclosure.  It is a must-read for practitioners, lawyers, advocates, policy-makers and citizens in South Africa and internationally.  It tells a story like no other and explains the vital link between the aspirations (legal and otherwise) and hope of a new democracy and the hard work and commitment that must exist to turn that into a reality.  Instructive to any civil society organisation in any country wanting to address and work with public interest whistleblowing as a matter of democratic accountability, social justice and anti-corruption reform.

The Status of Whistleblowing In South Africa (2010)

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