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dc.contributor.authorPillay, Soma-
dc.contributor.authorDorasamy, Nirmala-
dc.identifier.citationDorasamy, N. and Pillay, S. 2011. Whistle Blowing: Impediments to effective implementation within the South African public sector. Corporate Owneership & Control. 8(3). 196-208.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of this article is to explore impediments of effective whistleblowing as a strategy for promoting anti-corruption practices within the South African public sector. Corruption, which violates the public service code of conduct; deters foreign investment, increases the cost of public service delivery, undermines the fight against poverty and unnecessarily burdens the criminal justice system. The article addresses the question on whether legislation on whistleblowing is adequate to encourage whistleblowing in the public sector. A review of literature determines that the effective implementation of whistleblowing legislation is largely dependent on addressing the challenges identified in the article. The quantitative research method was employed in the study to ascertain the views of employees in the public sector on whistleblowing. Empirical findings confirm the hypothesis that the protection of whistleblowers through legislation is inadequate to encourage whistleblowing. The article provides a conceptual framework for the effective achievement of the intended outcomes of whistleblowing in the public sector.en_US
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dc.publisherVirtus Interpressen_US
dc.subjectWhistle blowingen_US
dc.subjectSouth Africaen_US
dc.subjectPublic Sectoren_US
dc.titleWhistle Blowing: Impediments to effective implementation within the South African public sectoren_US
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