Corruption Watch is a non-profit organisation launched in 2012. We rely on the public to report incidents of corruption to us and we use this information to fight corruption in South Africa and hold our leaders accountable. Over the last nine years, we have received over 30 000 whistle-blower complaints.

In order to improve our services and support, as well as advocate for broader legislative reform, we are interested in the public’s perceptions about blowing the whistle in South Africa.

This is an anonymous survey with 24 questions, which seeks to understand your knowledge, perceptions and attitudes towards whistle-blowing. The results of this survey will be published in December 2021. Your response will help us to better understand the perceptions and needs of whistle-blowers in our country.

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