If South Africa is serious about dealing with corruption it must encourage whistle-blowers by giving them a percentage of the fines levied on the culprits they help to expose, says Stephen van Coller, outgoing CEO of technology services group EOH.

Van Coller is one of the most credible authorities on the subject after winning a five-year battle to pull EOH out of a multi-billion-rand cesspit of corruption which destroyed 99% of its value...

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