OUTA calls on Government to review and consider cancelling all existing contracts with Bosasa / African Global Operations and halt any new contracts that may have been heading their way. In addition, OUTA asks Government to urgently investigate allegations of payments to ministers who have been implicated in the revelations by Angelo Agrizzi.
“In our experience, there are few whistleblowers who are truly altruistic or without fault themselves. However, whistleblowers are imperative to unearthing the extent of state capture. It is only through the bravery of those whistleblowers who, in spite of their own personal shortcomings, make amends by coming forward,” says OUTA CEO Wayne Duvenage.
OUTA believes there are many other companies which survived or became extremely profitable on bribing government officials and calls on whistleblowers who are aware of such criminal activities to come forward. Should they need assistance, they can contact OUTA through the secure whistleblower platform https://app.whispli.com/reports/add/other or the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture directly at https://www.sastatecapture.org.za
OUTA is a proudly South African civil action organisation, that is purely crowd funded. Our work is supported by ordinary citizens who are passionate about holding government accountable and ensuring our taxes are used to the benefit of all South Africans.