Former Bosasa chief operations officer, Angelo Agrizzi, has started giving evidence at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry, which is investigating allegations of corruption and fraud in the public sector. Bosasa, now trading as African Global Group, is close to the ANC and in December it emerged that CEO Gavin Watson had made a personal donation of R500,000 to President Cyril Ramaphosa's campaign to become ANC president in 2017.
Ramaphosa Must Cancel All Bosasa Contracts - Maimane
News24Wire, 17 January 2019
DA leader Mmusi Maimane wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to cancel all Bosasa contracts immediately. Read more »
Bosasa Day 2 - Bigger Bombshells, Bigger Names
The second day of testimony by former Bosasa top boss Angelo Agrizzi in the commission of inquiry into state capture is set to be far more explosive and damning for the ruling ANC… Read more »
Stacks of Cash for Bribes Were Often Moved Around Bosasa Office - Agrizzi
A video clip played before the commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture on Thursday morning has laid bare how stacks of cash used for "bribes" were moved around at… Read more »
Bosasa Spent Millions/Month On Bribes, State Capture Inquiry Told
News24Wire, 16 January 2019
Angelo Agrizzi, the former chief operations officer of controversial company Bosasa, says the company spent between R4m to R6m in bribes. Read more »
Former Bosasa Chief Operating Officer Angelo Agrizzi
Agrizzi - Inside Bosasa's Corruption Production Line
Daily Maverick, 17 January 2019
At 11am on Wednesday, the ANC's State Capture nightmare came true when corruption paymaster, Angelo Agrizzi, began to blow the lid on the Bosasa empire of graft, laying out chapter… Read more »
Meet the Watsons - They Will Make the Guptas Look Like Amateurs
Daily Maverick, 16 January 2019
Thirty-eight politicians and senior government officials will be named in evidence before the State Capture inquiry as being implicated in corrupt relationships with Bosasa, a… Read more »
Dudu Myeni 'Gave Confidential NPA Documents to Bosasa'
Former South African Airways board chairperson Dudu Myeni allegedly handed confidential NPA documents to ex-Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi and Bosasa CEO Gavin… Read more »
Dirty Details of Bosasa's 'Empire of Bribes' to Be Exposed At Zondo Commission
A former top boss of corruption-accused facilities management company Bosasa will deliver bombshell testimony before the state capture commission of inquiry this week. Read more »
State Capture Commission Set to Resume
SAnews.gov.za, 15 January 2019
The hearings of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into allegations of State capture, corruption and fraud in the public sector, including organs of State, is set to resume on… Read more »
Jacob Zuma - State Capture's Number One Suspect
Daily Maverick, 13 January 2019
Former President Zuma leads the pack of implicated parties at the State Capture inquiry while 12 current and former Cabinet ministers who served in his administration have also… Read more »
'If the Guptas Give Me Money, I Will Take It', Says Mzwanele Manyi After Dumping 'Captured' ANC and Joining ATM
News24Wire, 9 January 2019
The race to the upcoming national and provincial elections has increased its tempo, with Mzwanele Manyi announcing he is joining a new political party. Read more »
State Capture, Part of the Bad, Can't Be Swept Under the Carpet - Mbalula
The ANC's head of elections Fikile Mbalula says members concerned the party might suffer at the polls due to revelations implicating its leaders at the commission of inquiry into… Read more »
The Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in South Africa has heard testimony from Ngoako Ramatlhodi, the former minister of mines, who is also the former public service ... Read more »
South African Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said during his appearance before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry that state capture marginalised competent public ... Read more »
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