Afro Ethics – Understanding Corruption in Africa

Afro Ethics – Understanding Corruption in Africa¬†(Download pdf) Is it possible for Westerners to find their reflection in the African mind and vice versa and can Ubuntu (African Ethics) and Western ethical teachings interconnect to serve the greater good? Humanity is what binds us but it is the expression of this humanity in our daily… Continue reading Afro Ethics – Understanding Corruption in Africa

Recruitment agencies have the power to make a difference to whistleblowers

Open the newspaper, listen to the radio or turn on the television any day of the week and you are bound to discover one or more corruption scandals both in the government and private sectors.¬† Adjacent to these news items are most likely courageous employees who have uncovered mismanagement, law breaking, waste, fraud or abuse… Continue reading Recruitment agencies have the power to make a difference to whistleblowers

Collateral Damage

http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.asaqs.co.za/resource/resmgr/archive_news_2001/210701.pdf QUOTE: “Saturday 28 July 2001 Virgin Active sweats for Greenpoint lease Cape Town – Virgin Active had paid a “significant amount” to two former LeisureNet directors, Rod Mitchell and Peter Gardener, to secure the lease of The Point Sports Club in Greenpoint, one of the top five gyms in Virgin’s stable of 76 it… Continue reading Collateral Damage

How to Avoid a Whistleblower Entering the Scene

As a corporate whistleblower who now presents and provides training to organisations, I have seen it over and over, so often that I’m rarely surprised anymore. Someone at work suggests doing something unethical, and instead of speaking out against it, everyone else either agrees or looks the other way. Alternatively and/or additionally small ethical lapses… Continue reading How to Avoid a Whistleblower Entering the Scene