WATCH: How a Trillian executive blew the whistle on state capture

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JOHANNESBURG, 02 March 2018 - Former executive Bianca Goodson at Gupta-linked Trillian recently blew the whistle on dodgy dealings at the company worth billions of rand. Goodson resigned and helped expose the pilfering of state-owned enterprises.

JOHANNESBURG, 02 March 2018 - Former executive Bianca Goodson at Gupta-linked Trillian recently blew the whistle on dodgy dealings at the company worth billions of rand. Goodson resigned and helped expose the pilfering of state-owned enterprises.

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JOHANNESBURG, 02 March 2018 - Former executive Bianca Goodson at Gupta-linked Trillian recently blew the whistle on dodgy dealings at the company worth billions of rand. Goodson resigned and helped expose the pilfering of state-owned enterprises.

JOHANNESBURG, 02 March 2018 - Former executive Bianca Goodson at Gupta-linked Trillian recently blew the whistle on dodgy dealings at the company worth billions of rand. Goodson resigned and helped expose the pilfering of state-owned enterprises.

JOHANNESBURG - It was a risk worth taking. 

So says the woman who helped expose state capture, Bianca Goodson. 

Goodson is the former CEO of Gupta-linked Trillian

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She told eNCA&39;s Joanne Joseph that she became aware of corrupt dealings at the company after receiving a call from the Public Protector&39;s office.

Goodson later resigned and helped expose the pilfering of billions from state-owned enterprises, including Eskom.

"When you feel that you&39;ve lost everything else and there&39;s not much else to live for you don&39;t fear anymore. It&39;s not that I&39;ve lost anything in that sense no one&39;s threatened me nothing like that. But your conscience eats away at you," Goodson said. 

Watch the full interview with Bianca Goodson above.