Fighting and prosecuting corruption in South Africa
When it comes to corruption, whether it be in the public or private sectors, South Africans generally lament that those accused of corrupt activities hardly ever face the consequences of their actions. This is due to several reasons some being that obtaining evidence of corrupt dealings and proving the corruption link often, legally takes time. In this episode of the Tech Legal Matters podcast, we are joined by Nazreen Pandor, an attorney in Johannesburg who is also a certified fraud examiner. Nazreen explains how prosecuting corruption cases works and how whistleblowers and digital technology play an important role in these cases.