PPLAAF provides the following services for whistleblowers, NGOs, media and governments:
Our network of local and international lawyers can help you safely report crime and corruption, and protect you from retaliation. We can defend you against legal actions even if you do not have financial resources.
We can direct your information and documents to an investigative journalist at a trusted publication. We have partnerships with media outlets throughout Africa who will produce quality articles based on your information and protect your identity.
We advocate for strong legal rights and protections for whistleblowers by engaging with elected officials and policy-makers, and developing policy and research materials on whistleblower standards and practices.
Al Jazeera's People & Power Investigate a major scandal that exposes the corrupt relationship between business and politics in South Africa.Read more
Mosilo Mothepu was prosecuted after her former employer accused her of having stolen confidential documentsRead more
PPLAAF reveals whistleblowers revelations of negotiations between the DRC government and Dubai Port WorldRead more
Disclosures on state capture made possible thanks to whistleblowers must lead to prosecutions.Read more
In an in-depth interview, former Trillian executive, Bianca Goodson lifts the lid on the inner workings of the Gupta empire, revealing how Gupta-linked companies planned to siphon billions from State-owned enterprises.Read more
Saftu congratulates all those, including the federation itself, whose relentless pressure forced the AFU to act, the trade union said in a statement on Sunday.Read more
This week the Asset Forfeiture Unit launched their first strike against international consulting company McKinsey and the Gupta-linked company, Trillian. Their preservation order freezes R1.6 billion, but that is just the beginning, says the NPA.Read more