A Corporate Whistleblower

There were no protections for whistle-blowers in South Africa when businesswoman Wendy Addison reported her own corporate bosses for breaking the law. She was fired, got death threats, and was blacklisted, even in England, where she took her young son, hoping to re-start her career. She now writes and speaks about the vital role whistle-blowers play in making sure institutions don't break laws or endanger public health and safety.