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Whistleblower Cynthia Stimpel expresses dismay at Myeni’s sentence – SABC News

Whistleblower and former South African Airways (SAA) treasurer, Cynthia Stimpel, has expressed her displeasure with former president Dudu Myeni’s sentence.

Myeni entered into a plea agreement with the state and was fined R120,000 for revealing the identity of a protected witness during testimony before the state capture commission.

Stimpel says Myeni knew what he was doing and ruined many lives and careers at SAA.

He says at least the fines should be paid to whistleblower groups.

Stimpel says: “It caused extreme damage to Dr Masimba Dawa, who was the procurement director at the time, as well as Ms Thuli Mpshe, who was also the HR executive, and the survey boss, who was Wolf Meyer’s COO. , who is the deputy chief financial officer, and then myself as the treasurer. He has done untold damage to all of us, our careers, and when he came out like this and said he was a first time offender, he has no income. I’m sorry, I can’t believe it.

VIDEO: State Capture Inquiry – Dudu Myeni reveals Mr X’s real name [5 November 2020]

Whistleblower Cynthia Stimpel expresses dismay at Myeni’s sentence – SABC News

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