In South Africa, whistleblowing is an accepted — and even encouraged — practice. Whistleblowers can help to prevent damage and detect threat or harm to the public interest and organisations that may otherwise remain hidden. However, they are often discouraged from reporting their concerns for fear of retaliation.  Louise Jordaan discusses the key requirements of a whistleblowing policy, what is and what is not protected and shares the benefits to an organisation of a speak up culture.  Read the full article.

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Louise Jordaan

Louise Jordaan

Louise Jordaan, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 22 years of forensic investigation, forensic accounting, expert witness and business dispute resolution experience. She also advises clients on the implementation […]

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