Western Cape premier Helen Zille has instructed all her provincial government departments to determine if their past and current tenders with Bosasa comply with the law and are not marred by corruption. Zille issued her instructions to the Western Cape’s 13 provincial departments on Friday morning on the back of revelations of alleged large-scale corruption committed by Bosasa executives, and senior government officials and politicians over several years. The jaw-dropping allegations were made by former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi in his marathon testimony before the Zondo inquiry into state capture in the past two weeks. “In light of what is emerging in the inquiry‚ we are proactively examining contractual relationships with Bosasa. We are a clean government with tight controls and robust anti-corruption measures. We are taking this proactive step to instil public confidence in our commitment to transparency and accountability. I believe all governments‚ and especially the national g...

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