n South African Journal of Criminal Justice - Aspects of South African law as it applies to corruption in the workplace

Volume 17, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1011-8527
  • E-ISSN: 1996-2118



The modern workplace is often the closest interface that individuals have with one of modern society's greatest malaise: corruption. Job insecurity and the right to privacy, more particularly cyber privacy, are often perceived as forces undermining the prevention of corruption in the workplace. This article explores the means at the disposal of employers and employees to address corruption in the workplace and endeavours to illustrate that there are aspects of South African law that provide a framework within which corruption can be addressed in the workplace.

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