Ngoye was one of the officials who spoke out against the multi-billion rand Swifambo and Siyangena contracts at the rail agency. She’s currently suspended from her position as head of legal at Prasa, where she’s now facing an internal disciplinary hearing.

– The whistleblower responsible for exposing the vast corruption at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa), Martha Ngoye, said that she feels betrayed by her country.

Ngoye was one of the officials who spoke out against the multi-billion rand Swifambo and Siyangena contracts at the rail agency.

The contracts have since been set aside and declared invalid by the courts.

It’s also been credited with helping stop a R1 billion investment with VBS Mutual Bank in the months before its collapse.

She’s currently suspended from her position as head of legal at Prasa, where she’s now facing an internal disciplinary hearing.

Ngoye said that the story of murdered Gauteng Health Department whistleblower, Babita Deokaran, resonated with her.

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