Agrizzi wasn’t lying about meeting Myeni at PTA hotel, investigators find
The state capture commission has heard evidence from its own investigators who probed some of the allegations presented by Angelo Agrizzi and other witnesses.
Gregory Lawrence corroborates Agrizzi’s Bosasa money laundering claims
Lawrence, a former employee of Equal Trade 4, has testified that the company which distributes food and alcohol always supplied cash to Bosasa.
Basson says Bosasa used PR officers to harass, intimidate him
Veteran journalist Adriaan Basson says Bosasa once hired former public relations officer Benedicta Dube to warn him against continuing with his exposes on Bosasa.
Adriaan Basson: 'Bosasa threats were to stop me investigating them'
Basson wrote a series of investigative stories about the facilities management company, exposing the company’s alleged corruption with the Department of Correctional Services.
State capture investigators expected to give evidence at Zondo Commission
The commission is also expected to hear testimony from witnesses on the intimidation of journalists.
ANC accuses 5 Western countries of pushing for regime change in SA
The party was reacting to a 'Sunday Times' report that the five countries wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa warning him that failure to act against those implicated in corruption placed foreign investment at risk.
Foreign ambassadors’ concede memo on corruption didn’t follow due process
Dirco's director general Kgabo Mahoai and Minister Lindiwe Sisulu met with heads of diplomatic missions representing the countries on Monday.
ANC slams 5 embassies for ‘bullying’ memorandum
The 'Sunday Times' reported that the five embassies wrote to the president warning him that failure to act against those implicated in corruption placed foreign investment at risk.
Mboweni to appoint new PIC board by next week
Treasury has confirmed that Mboweni has initiated a process to appoint a new board to oversee the corporation with the matter expected to be put before cabinet next week.
Corruption Watch in bid to have former Eskom board members declared delinquent
The organisation has filed an application in the North Gauteng high court-accusing the former officials of violating their fiduciary duties and gross negligence.
Zondo commission to go after Bosasa, correctional services
Raymond Zondo says urgent steps must be taken by law enforcement to stop the further plundering of tax payers money.
Bosasa received R200m to install TVs in prisons, inquiry told
Denis Bloem says the department took a decision to outsource security and catering services to Bosasa, even though the committee advised against the move.
Zondo Commission to investigate Parliament’s role in state capture
Former chairperson of Parliament's portfolio committee on correctional services Dennis Bloem has testified at the commission.
Correctional Services Dept undermined Parly, Bloem tells commission
Former chairperson of Parliament's Correctional Services Committee Dennis Bloem has described to the state capture commission how the department was a free for all and in a state of havoc when it dealt with Bosasa.
Lawyers for Pretoria's chief magistrate looking into Bosasa allegations
Desmond Nair is the first member of the judiciary to be implicated at the state capture commission.
#ZondoInquiry: Garden clean ups, swimming pools & more for ANC officials
Richard le Roux has named Nomvula Mokonyane, Gwede Mantashe, Deputy Minister Thabang Makwetla, ANC MP Vincent Smith and Magistrate Desmond Nair as those who benefitted.
Bosasa CEO Watson instructed employee to delete footage of VIP visitors
Bosasa employee Richard Le Roux says that he was never given reasons for deleting the footage.
Bosasa faked disciplinary hearing to mislead SIU probe, ex-employee says
Former Bosasa employee Frans Vorster has revealed how the facilities management company once faked a disciplinary hearing against him as a smokescreen to mislead law enforcement agencies investigating the organisation.