The ANC says it has applied to cross-examine former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi at the state capture inquiry.

Agrizzi, who was CEO Gavin Watson’s right-hand man, has testified how the controversial facilities company lined the pockets of ANC heavyweights and state officials in exchange for furthering its business interests with the government. Agrizzi said Bosasa spent between R4m and R6m on bribes a month to help it win lucrative contracts with the government. Agrizzi reportedly told the commission that Bosasa had donated between R10m and R12m to the ANC's top six leaders. He also told the inquiry about an alleged war room which was used during elections. He further testified how Bosasa footed the bill for ANC rallies and birthday celebrations, among other things, at the instance of Nomvula Mokonyane. He alleged that ANC politicians such as Mokonyane, former SAA chair Dudu Myeni, ANC MP Vincent Smith and former president Jacob Zuma, received bribes. None of those implicated hav...

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