The ANC insists it is not receiving any election funding from Bosasa, as the liquidators of the controversial facilities management company confirmed they will be investigating all payments, donations and sponsorships made by it to the party. ANC spokesperson Dakota Legoete told Business Day that the ruling party had not received any form of election funding or sponsorship from Bosasa for the general elections in May. He was unable to say when Bosasa’s sponsorship of the party stopped, or under what circumstances. “But we can assure voters that we are not receiving sponsorship from them now,” Legoete said. He said the party was still intent on seeking to cross-examine former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi over his evidence at the state capture inquiry that Bosasa had given the ANC’s top six officials R12m between 2004 and 2006. Between May 2004 and December 2005 the department of correctional services awarded four tenders, worth roughly R2bn, to Bosasa. The Special Investigating Unit lat...

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