State capture inquiry: Dudu Myeni handed confidential NPA docs over to BOSASA

State capture inquiry: Dudu Myeni handed confidential NPA docs over to BOSASA

Former SAA chair, Dudu Myeni, stands accused of handing over confidential NPA documentation to BOSASA bosses at a hotel in Pretoria. Angelo Agrizzi, ex-COO for BOSASA, testified before the Zondo commission today.

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Dudu Myeni, former South African Airways chair, allegedly gave confidential NPA documents to Angelo Agrizzi, former BOSASA chief operations officer, as well as BOSASA CEO Gavin Watson.

The documents were handed over during a meeting at a hotel in Pretoria, according to the revelation made at the state capture inquiry today by Agrizzi.

According to an affidavit by Frank Dutton, lead investigator, Agrizzi and Watson had met at the Sheraton Hotel in September 2015.

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According to Paul Pretorius, head of the legal team:

"At the meeting confidential NPA documents were handed to Agrizzi and Watson by Ms Dudu Myeni. The documents were photographed and returned to Myeni, but the pictures are part of the evidence bundle,"

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Investigators had managed to confirm the pattern on the carpet in the photos taken corresponded with the carpet at the hotel, where Myeni had been staying.

Pretorius explained that Agrizzi had been warned by a member of the press that he was in danger and the threats have subsequently been reported to the Hawks.

Angelo Agrizzi is currently testifying before the inquiry.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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