Former president Jacob Zuma in court. Picture: SUPPLIED
Former president Jacob Zuma in court. Picture: SUPPLIED

Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson personally gave former president Jacob Zuma a bag with R300,000 cash in it and also approached him to have the investigation into the company’s contracts with the department of correctional services "shut down".

This is according to former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi, who has been testifying for eight days at the state capture commission on widespread bribery and corruption relating to the firm’s multibillion-rand contracts with the government.

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Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi has been in the hot seat at the state capture inquiry for a total of 9 days. During his testimony Agrizzi has dropped a number of bombshells, detailing how high-level government and ANC officials were involved in corrupt deals with Bosasa. Here is everything you need to know from his testimony.