DA leader Mmusi Maimane has asked deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo to subpoena President Cyril Ramaphosa to testify before his commission of inquiry into state capture. He says this must happen before the general elections on May 8. The request follows revelations that Ramaphosa’s son Andile received more from Bosasa (now African Global Operations) than previously disclosed. News24 reported on Wednesday that Andile confirmed his Blue Crane Capital has netted about R2m in accumulated monthly payments from Bosasa since February 2018. Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi has told the commission how the company bribed government officials, politicians and ministers in order to win billions of rand worth of contracts. Andile reportedly provided “advisory” work on more than 20 government and private contracts in Uganda and Kenya he had identified and partnered with Bosasa to execute. “Former Bosasa auditor, Peet Venter, testified under oath that President Ramaphosa’s son received cash from ...

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