whistleblowers

The family of Nomawethu Kunene, a whistleblower in regional and provincial Gauteng health department scandals, is asking the public to help locate her.
It's "evidence that I'm not a Russian spy," says NSA whistleblower.
All eyes have been on South Sudan the last couple of months- and with good reason. Two years on and still no cutting edge solution yet to end the conflict besieging the newest country, but talks will resume this month. However, the situation in Sudan is still very much unfinished business in the Horn of Africa.
Whistleblowing can be discouraged in subtle ways to do with working culture in an organisation: Fear of being exposed as a 'grass' or not a team player. All these can chill a career and make a working life hell on earth.
The reality is, being a whistleblower is a tough road to tread - as the former CIA analyst Ray McGovern said. At best, you get a pat on the back and a free glass of wine at an awards bash in Berlin.
Chelsea Manning, the former US soldier who leaked classified documents to WikiLeaks, is currently serving 35 years in prison
Call me a whistleblowing geek - but I keep a poster of Daniel Ellsberg on the board above my desk. I'm an independent freelance
In the Oxford English Dictionary the word private is defined in several ways: 'kept or removed from public view or knowledge
Jobcentres have faced huge criticism over the last few weeks, and now an insider has come forward to tell his story of how management and the government, together with some dodgy frontline staff, are ruining the service from within:
New legislation intended to ensure patients treated by the NHS receive safe care is an important step forward but without