The state capture inquiry is set to dominate the headlines again this week following explosive revelations by former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi. This is as political parties continue to hit the campaign trail hard and while the ANC looks to finalise its candidate list ahead of the 2019 national elections. The much anticipated inquiry looking into the affairs of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) is scheduled to begin sitting on Monday. Agrizzi is due to continue with his testimony at the state capture inquiry on Monday. In his jaw-dropping testimony last week, he detailed how the company, now known as African Global Operations, paid out millions of rand in bribes every month in order to secure tenders at state institutions.

He also implicated the ANC, stating that about R1.8m was paid to the party for its election campaign in the North West five years ago. Agrizzi said about 80 people were on Bosasa’s list of people it paid bribes to monthly. He also implicated the s...

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