Gupta whistleblower Bianca Goodson: telling the truth left me broke, divorced and suicidal

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Bianca Goodson played an important role in exposing how the Gupta-linked firm Trillian enriched itself with hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ rands. (PHOTO: Supplied)
Bianca Goodson played an important role in exposing how the Gupta-linked firm Trillian enriched itself with hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ rands. (PHOTO: Supplied)

She had everything she’d ever wanted in life: a loving husband and daughter, a well-paying job and a comfortable home in an upmarket suburb of Johannesburg. But her white picket fence collapsed after she made the brave decision to blow the whistle on state capture.

As the former CEO of Trillian Management Consulting, Bianca Goodson played an important role in exposing how the Gupta-linked firm had enriched itself with hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ rands from dodgy contracts struck with Eskom and Transnet.

At the time she thought it was the right thing to do, little knowing it would end up costing her almost everything.

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