Suspended deputy National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) boss Nomgcobo Jiba has denied that she was ever paid bribes by fallen facilities management company Bosasa. On Thursday, Jiba gave evidence before the Mokgoro inquiry, which is looking into her fitness to hold office as the deputy national director of public prosecutions (NDPP). She refuted allegations made to the commission of inquiry into state capture by former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi that her, her suspended colleague Lawrence Mrwebi, and her then secretary Jackie Lephinka were paid by Bosasa. Agrizzi was expected to testify before the inquiry, but decided not to after he was criminally charged earlier in February. He had alleged that Jiba was paid R100,000, but she said she only gets a salary from the NPA. Agrizzi testified in January that during 2009 and 2010, he and Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson met former correctional services commissioner Linda Mti to discuss the investigation into the company. “Mti suggested we needed to sor...

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