Whistleblower Lodges Case Over Death Threats

Thato Raphaka probed corruption at the Sub Land Board
Thato Raphaka probed corruption at the Sub Land Board

A former board member of Mmathubudukwane Sub Land Board has opened a case with the Mmathubudukwane police station, following death threats for reporting corrupt activity at the Sub Land Board.

The whistleblower, whose name is known to this publication, said he was one of the few people who were interviewed by a team of investigators who had been sent by former permanent secretary at the Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services Thato Raphaka, to probe allegations of corrupt practices at the Sub Land Board.

According to the whistleblower, the interview happened while he was serving notice to leave the board last November. 

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