Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo has taken the media to task once again for publishing testimony that had not yet been presented at the state capture inquiry, accusing some journalists and editors of being more concerned with making a profit. This was after weekend newspapers reported on what former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi was expected to testify about at the commission. This included allegations that environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane had received bribes from the facilities management company. It was reported at the weekend that Agrizzi’s testimony would detail how he had been given a list of Christmas groceries to buy for Mokonyane every year since 2002. These included cases of expensive alcohol and packs of meat. Agrizzi eventually testified to this on Monday. He detailed for the commission how Bosasa lined the pockets of ANC heavyweights and state officials in exchange for furthering its business interests with the government. Agrizzi began his testimony on Mon...

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