SATURDAY PROFILE | Journalist Mandy Wiener: 'SA fails whistleblowers both culturally and legislatively'

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Mandy Wiener.
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Felix Dlangamandla, Pan Macmillan South Africa

South African whistleblowers exposed state capture, the arms deal, and Bosasa corruption, but journalist Mandy Wiener believes the country is failing them. She says the country needs a cultural and legislative change, shares why anger will save South Africa, and why she is optimistic about the situation at 702 after a number of high profile exits. 

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