southafricalogoTimeslive reports that the Public Sector Network (PSN) has appealed to public servants “frustrated” by corrupt practices in the sector to step forward to share their experiences so the “whole truth comes out”.  

Following two weeks of testimony at the state capture and the Nugent commissions of inquiry‚ the PSN has asked officials to emulate the example of some of those who have testified.  The PSN commended witnesses Themba Maseko‚ Phumla Williams‚ Willie Mathebula‚ Dondo Mogajane and Ismail Momoniat‚ whom‚ it said‚ represented the actions of “highly committed public servants that the PSN endorses”.  They testified at the state capture inquiry and the Nugent Commission of Inquiry into the SA Revenue Service (Sars).  “The revelations in the recent commissions of inquiry have provided South Africans with an insight of the actions of ethically driven‚ committed public servants who fought to ensure that our institutions remain resilient and committed to serving all South Africans‚” the PSN said on Monday.  The network said it recognised the bravery of the witnesses to testify in the two commissions‚ while facing “threats to career and personal safety‚ sometimes even to their families”.

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