EXCLUSIVE: Satawu whistleblowers reveal murder, corruption

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Hundreds of striking truck drivers belonging to the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union(SATAWU) march through the streets to hand over a memorandum to the Road Freight Bargaining Council, on October 4, 2012, in Parow, Cape Town, South Africa.

Hundreds of striking truck drivers belonging to the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union(SATAWU) march through the streets to hand over a memorandum to the Road Freight Bargaining Council, on October 4, 2012, in Parow, Cape Town, South Africa.

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Hundreds of striking truck drivers belonging to the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union(SATAWU) march through the streets to hand over a memorandum to the Road Freight Bargaining Council, on October 4, 2012, in Parow, Cape Town, South Africa.

Hundreds of striking truck drivers belonging to the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union(SATAWU) march through the streets to hand over a memorandum to the Road Freight Bargaining Council, on October 4, 2012, in Parow, Cape Town, South Africa.

JOHANNESBURG - Cosatu’s third biggest union, the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu), is being hijacked.

Whistleblowers claim it's led by foreign nationals willing to use force -- including murder -- to silence members who dare to ask about the missing millions.

In this eNCA exclusive report, whistleblowers are questioning the status of yet another Satawu leader, claiming he’s from Zimbabwe.

Leader of the union Zenzo Mahlangu was found to have obtained his South African citizenship fraudulently in April.

He was subsequently deported to his home country Zimbabwe last month.

* Watch the full video report by Xoli Mngambi in the gallery above.