The sensational allegations that senior National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) officials Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi were bribed by facilities management company Bosasa is now evidence before the inquiry into their fitness to hold office. The state capture commission of inquiry chaired by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo heard evidence which implicated the two officials, but until the inquiry received former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi’s affidavit, that testimony was not seen as evidence before the inquiry being chaired by retired constitutional court justice Yvonne Mokgoro. The inquiry into Jiba, suspended deputy national director of public prosecutions, and Mrwebi, the suspended head of the specialised commercial crimes unit, is part of the process of restoring the integrity of the NPA — whose image has been tattered in the past few years. On Wednesday evidence leader Nazreen Bawa told the Mokgoro inquiry that the commission had been provided with Aggrizi's affidavit, as well ...

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