Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi is expected to give explosive evidence to the state-capture inquiry implicating himself and high-profile individuals in the government. Agrizzi’s appearance at the commission had been kept under wraps because he was receiving death threats, head of the legal team Paul Pretorius told commission chair, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo. The commission was providing Agrizzi with protection and the threats were reported to the Hawks. Bosasa, which has been renamed African Global Operations, has been the beneficiary of multi-billion-rand contracts with the state and has been implicated in widespread allegations of corruption. Pretorius, giving a summary of Agrizzi’s testimony, said the former Bosasa COO would give evidence about how he had received information about the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) from SAA chair and close ally of former president Jacob Zuma, Dudu Myeni. There is also a video, that will be shown to the commission, of Bosasa CEO G...

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