Bosasa's co-founder, Angelo Agrizzi, allegedly called his partners the k-word

Bosasa's co-founder, Angelo Agrizzi, allegedly called his partners the k-word

The co-founder of Bosasa, Angelo Agrizzi, is in hot water after his former business partners partnered opened a criminal case against him.

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According to eNCA, the businessman called his former colleagues, Johannes Gumede and Papa Leshabane, the k-word.

Briefly.co.za learned the former COO Bosasa, which is now called African Global Operations, was also caught on tape using the serious racial slurs.

The recording of Agrizzi was leaked by City Press and Gumeded and Leshabane has since opened a case against him.

“Those k****rs … I’m telling you they are k****rs alright because they are screwing your father with information that he shouldn’t listen to," a man, who is allegedly Agrizzi, was heard saying on the recording.

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Agrizzi has since hit back at the allegations, rubbishing the claims that he called his former partners the k-word.

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The former Bosasa COO said the voice on the tape was not his, adding he would dish out his own dirt.

Agrizzi said he had a lot of information on the company, especially relating to its involvement in the state capture.

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