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.
A former Principal Administrative officer had been suspended by his hierarchy after disclosing to the authorities fraudulent activitiesRead more
Gupta Leaks and Trillian Whistleblower’s Data Now AvailableRead more
OCCRP, Daily Maverick, and PPLAAF launch an online facility for sharing the GuptaLeaks.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
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