PLAAF 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.
SAFTU and its 700000 mainly black working class members have now very publicly joined the lawfare against corruption in South Africa.Read more
A series of interviews and leaked documents show that senior Eskom officials did everything they could to ensure the Gupta-linked Trillian got paid.Read more
Why SAFTU has laid fraud, theft, corruption and money laundering charges against Trillian and othersRead more
Eskom has moved to reclaim R1.6-billion paid to McKinsey and Trillian for a consulting project that left the power utility “open to excessive economic exposure”Read more
Former Trillian CEO launches defamation suit against the company over damaging statements branding her as a vindictive criminal following her state capture disclosures. By Jessica Bezuidenhout for SCORPIO.Read more
Eskom could have saved a billion rand or more had it not settled with consultants on the basis of a contract that never was. By Susan Comrie and Pauli van Wyk.Read more
Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka rips into software giant over bizarre circumstances around the “resignation” of a state capture whistle-blower, and offers her a job. By Jessica Bezuidenhout for SCORPIO.Read more
Former CEO of Trillian Management Consulting, Bianca Goodson's statement with new revelations on South African State CaptureRead more
Bianca Goodson, the former chief executive of a Gupta-linked consulting firm, has broken her silence 18 months after resigning in dismay.Read more
Through leaks, whistleblowers and damning reports we have come to understand the degree to which the state has been captured. This article profiles the courageous former chief executive of a division of a Gupta-linked company who blew the whistle on Nenegate.Read more
Democracy Works Foundation (DWF), PPLAAF, Wits School of Governance (WSG) and Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) hosted a public dialogue centering on the theme of Democracy DefendersRead more
New revelations concerning companies belonging to individuals close to Kabila result from documents sent to PPLAAF by a whistleblower.Read more
PPLAAF participated to a two-days stakeholders’ seminar on whistleblowing and legal protection.Read more
Cornered by the financial might of her former bosses of a Gupta-linked company, the woman who spilled the beans on Nenegate has landed the backing of an international whistle-blower champion.Read more
Whistle-blowers in Africa under threat have little legal protection, says lawyer representing Assange, Snowden and more.Read more