The Whistleblower House keeps an eye on the media for any relevant articles or news that may assist the plight of whistleblowers in South Africa. The content below illustrates that there are people and organisations in South Africa that takes rooting out corruption seriously.

The Whistleblower House will also write articles from time to time on whistleblower stories and whistleblowing issues and challenges.

Mandy Wiener: National Shutdowns, rhetoric & assassinations – SA ruled by fear

Murray and his son's killings will have a chilling effect on all those who seek to pursue criminals and hold them to account in the way that he did. That is precisely the impact that these extraction networks and criminal syndicates seek to achieve.

Redress for victimised whistle-blowing public servants is a critical step in reforming the public service

‘Like many who are today called whistle-blowers, we never set out to become whistle-blowers… We were just normal human beings who knew right from wrong, regular employees who did their job with the utmost care” – Mzukisi Makatse and Sello Qhina

A plea from Zondo commission whistleblowers: ‘We want prosecutions’

‘My comrades called me naive’: Themba Maseko refused to participate in the Gupta family’s attempts to capture the state’s advertising budget.

Fired whistleblower tells Zondo how she was hounded out of Prasa

Martha Ngoye has been the central figure at the rail agency in its fight against corruption, helping Prasa win court victories against service providers Swifambo, Siyangena and Siyaya.

Supreme Court Extends SOX Whistleblower Protections to Private Company Employees

In the recent case of Lawson vs FMR LLC, the Supreme Court ruled that employees of private companies engaged by public companies are covered by the whistle blower protections of Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 (“SOX”).

Zondo commission: Ramaphosa salutes whistle-blowers, media on corruption exposure

President Cyril Ramaphosa has paid tribute to whistleblowers who lifted the lid on corruption allegations linked to state capture.

Who will guard whistle-blowers?

It’s not easy being a whistle-blower.

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 two-year-long labour dispute.