Small businesses are vulnerable to fraud as it poses a significant threat, warns the head of a corruption monitoring firm.

Small companies are disproportionately victimized by fraud and significantly under protected by anti-fraud controls, a combination that could easily put them out of business.

“In South Africa, everyone needs to be brought into the crime-fighting fold.” says Dale Horne, who heads Whistle Blowers, an independent corruption reporting service provider.  To read the full article in the Sunday Tribune, visit:


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