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When it looks, smells like a pig – usually is. Tale of the SAA whistleblowers

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Alec Hogg was on the money when he said, it’s a win for the small guys. This soon after pressure from Wayne Duvenage’s OUTA saw South African Airways terminate a deal with BnP Capital, which had a R256m handout attached to it.

Duvenage and his team were instrumental in shutting this down, and in a piece, first published on Daily Maverick, he looks at the ups and downs of the ordeal.

And what it does show is the true value of when whistleblowing is enabled and supported through civil intervention. A good read. – Stuart Lowman

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