‘I didn’t put up my hand for this,’ says former Trillian chief executive


Former Trillian Management Consulting chief executive Bianca Goodson, pictured, this year broke down in tears at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, as she explained how being a state capture whistle-blower had ruined her life. She struggled to find work, divorced and was recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Goodson testified before Zondo on the dodgy dealings between Gupta-linked Trillian Management Consulting, Eskom and Transnet. Speaking out turned her life upside down. “Peter Harris was one of the attorneys helping me prepare for my evidence that I gave to the public protector. I’m…

Source: citizen