Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi is set to return to the Zondo commission with more explosive testimony about the facilities management company’s alleged corrupt relationships with ANC and government heavyweights, within days of his own court appearance on corruption charges. Agrizzi’s attorney Daniel Witz confirmed that his client, whose testimony sent shockwaves across the country and implicated a serving minister in taking bribes, will keep testifying to the state capture commission despite being arrested and charged in the middle of giving evidence. After the former COO was arrested for alleged tender-rigging and bribery in early February, Witz said he would have to “consider his options” regarding co-operating with the Zondo commission and the Mokgoro inquiry into the fitness to hold office of suspended National Prosecuting Authority heads Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi. Agrizzi’s testimony in January that detailed how Bosasa, led by Gavin Watson, used bribes to win te...

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