Martha Ngoye was one of the Prasa officials who opposed Swifambo and Siyangena’s multi-billion rand contracts, which have since been overturned and invalidated by the courts.

Prasa screenshot with lawyer Martha Ngoye at the State Capture Commission on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. Photo: SABC Digital News/ YouTube.

JOHANNESBURG – The whistleblower who leaked dodgy tenders at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) on Friday said she fears she may suffer the same fate as the late Babita Deakaran.

Martha Ngoye was one of the Prasa officials who opposed Swifambo and Siyangena’s multi-billion rand contracts, which have since been overturned and invalidated by the courts.

She told Eyewitness news that she was not given protection despite persistent calls to the presidential administration.

Ngoye is believed to be one of the Prasa officials who helped prevent the rail agency from investing R1 billion in VBS Mutual Bank months before it collapsed.

She is currently suspended as head of Prasa’s legal department pending an internal investigation. She believes her suspension is part of an effort to silence her from speaking out against multibillion-dollar corruption at Prasa.

She also expressed her disappointment with President Cyril Ramaphosa: “The president talked about protecting whistleblowers, but what did he do? He did absolutely nothing about it.”

Despite the lack of protection and intimidation in the past, Ngoe said she will continue to speak out against corruption at Prasa because she believes it is patriotic.

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