DA wants to see Ramaphosa’s son’s business contract with Bosasa

DA wants to see Ramaphosa’s son’s business contract with Bosasa

- The Democratic Alliance wants to see the contract between President Ramaphosa's son, Andile, and the company accused of corruption, Bosasa

- According to the DA's leader, Mmusi Maimane, there is evidence that a payment was made between Andile and the CEO of the company, Gavin Watson

- Maimane said he wants to see the contract to make sure Andile did not receive preferential treatment

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The DA made a formal application to see the business contract that was allegedly signed between Bosasa and President Ramaphosa's son, Andile.

Bosasa stands accused of corruption, as reported on by News24.

The Special Investigative Unit (SUI) found that Watson and Bosasa had bribed high-ranking officials at the Department of Correctional Services for tenders.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the matter has been referred to the Hawks and is currently the subject of a criminal investigation.

Mmusi Maimane, the DA's leader, stated that he submitted two applications, one to the Presidency, and one to Bosasa, now known as African Global Group.

Maimane wants access to the contract signed by Andile Ramaphosa for services rendered.

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Maimane explained that he confronted the president with evidence that R500 000 was paid to the CEO of Bosas, Gavin Watson. Andile maid the alleged payment.

The President confirmed that the payment was made, but said it was for legitimate consulting services.

He [the president] further said that there is a contract between his son and Bosasa for these services, and he had personally seen this contract.

Maimane wants to get his eyes on the contract to make sure the president's son did not receive preferential treatment like kickbacks.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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