Anonymity Note

The Success of any investigation by the Public Protector depends on the free flow of information, not only from complainants and other relevant individuals, but also from government departments and agencies. Often complainants fear that they might be victimized if they should "blow the whistle" on corrupt or improper practices.  The public should therefore remember that all information that comes to the office can be treated as confidential.  This also applies to the identity of complainants and the sources of information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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