Former Bosasa chief financial officer Angelo Agrizzi on the stand at the state capture inquiry in Parktown, Johannesburg. Picture: Simphiwe Mbokazi/African News Agency (ANA)
Johannesburg - Bosasa kept dishing out bribes to senior government officials long after they had left the public service, the company’s former chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi testified on Tuesday at the state capture inquiry.
Agrizzi told the commission headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo that former correctional services national commissioner Linda Mti was paid R65 000 a month by Bosasa chief executive Gavin Watson for the duration of the lucrative contracts with the department.
According to Agrizzi, Bosasa increased payments to Mti after he left the department and by December 2016 when he left the company the former head of security for the 2010 World Cup was still receiving payments from...
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