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Repeated calls for state protection by state-capture whistle-blowers, who played a key role in exposing pillaging of state resources by politically connected companies and individuals, have seemingly fallen on deaf ears, leaving them vulnerable to attack.

Investigations of burglaries of the homes of former SA Revenue Service (Sars) executive Johann van Loggerenberg and former Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) boss Themba Maseko earlier in 2022 have reached a dead end. Bain & Co whistle-blower Athol Williams, who is on a self-imposed exile in the UK, claims the state left him out in the cold, despite his calls for legal and financial assistance...

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