JOHANNESBURG - Until the mastermind of the murder of whistleblower Babita Deokaran is brought to book, justice is not served.
That's according to Cynthia Stimpel of the Whistleblower House.
It follows the sentencing of six men who pleaded guilty to the murder.
Stimpel also says they've should've gotten harsher sentences.
"I don't think justice has been served yet," she said.
It’s exactly two years since Deokaran was killed.
Civil rights groups, including Corruption Watch, Section 27 and the SA Council of Churches, will accompany her family to the crime scene.