Zondo to appoint acting secretary for state capture commission
Khotso De Wee allegedly received bribes from Bosasa for a 2013 tender while he was still the chief operating officer at the department of justice and correctional services.
#StateCapture secretary, Motsoeneng & ANC implicated in Agrizzi testimony
Angelo Agrizzi says the ANC in the North West was paid close to R2 million five years ago for electioneering.
Secretary of state capture inquiry takes special leave over Bosasa allegations
The inquiry is investigating allegations that he received cash payments from Bosasa tender in 2013, where the company installed security systems at various courts.
Agrizzi claims ANC asked Bosasa for money for electioneering in NW
Angelo Agrizzi says that Bosasa had to go launder money from youth centers to give the ANC the money.
Angelo Agrizzi: '80 people received monthly illegal cash payments from Bosasa'
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Friday morning asked Agrizzi to clarify how many people allegedly received illegal payments monthly from the company.
Agrizzi expected to return to Zondo Commission under heightened security
Yesterday, Angelo Agrizzi told the commission that he fears for his life, saying that he spotted a former cop and current employee of Bosasa on the premises of the inquiry, who allegedly breached security.
Angelo Agrizzi says he’s speaking out to show scale of Bosasa corruption
The former Bosasa executive revealed to the state capture commission on Thursday that money which the company used for bribes was all laundered.
Agrizzi: ‘I was threatened when I wanted to leave Bosasa’
Angelo Agrizzi testified at the commission on Thursday, but deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo was forced to prematurely postpone his testimony owing to concerns around his safety.
#StateCapture: Officials put measures in place to protect witnesses
Chief Justice Zondo announced on Thursday afternoon that proceedings would have to be adjourned after concerns were raised around former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi’s safety.
#StateCapture proceedings halted over security concerns around Agrizzi
Angelo Agrizzi raised security issues revealing that he spotted a former police officer who worked with him at the facilities company inside the premises of the commission with an expired police badge.
Agrizzi: 'Bosasa staff bribed to keep quiet about illegal activities'
Angleo Agrizzi showed the Zondo commission a video and explained that in it, Bosasa CFO Andries Van Tonder can be seen taking cash in a box from one of the vaults to the company’s CEO Gavin Watson.
Bosasa spent millions a month on bribes, former exec tells Zondo Commission
Angelo Agrizzi has revealed that he and current Bosasa chairperson Joe Gumede used to take grey security bags full of money and bribed people in exchange for tenders.
Angelo Agrizzi: ‘Bosasa paid bribes to Acsa for tenders’
Angelo Agrizzi, who is expected to be back on the stand on Thursday, became this year's first witness at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture.
Ex-Bosasa exec tells Zondo inquiry his wife was paid salary for doing nothing
Angelo Agrizzi says this was because his salary was split into two, with the other portion going to his wife in order to obtain tax advantages.
Zondo inquiry: 'Dudu Myeni gave confidential NPA documents to Bosasa'
The commission has revealed that an affidavit by the inquiry’s lead investigator outlines the allegation that confidential NPA documents were handed to Bosasa executives by former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni at a meeting in 2015.
Angelo Agrizzi: 'Near-death experience made me expose corruption at Bosasa'
Former executive Agrizzi says he was so deeply involved in criminal activities at Bosasa that he started to think they were all above board.
Former Bosasa exec Angelo Agrizzi gives testimony at Zondo commission
The state capture commission of inquiry says Agrizzi wants to expose alleged fraud, corruption and money laundering that he was involved in while at the company.
ANC to focus on job creation, says Ramaphosa
The African National Congress (ANC) has promised to create over 270,000 jobs a year if it’s elected back into power this year.