Old photo of ex-minister Gigaba sharing a meal with Agrizzi resurfaces

Old photo of ex-minister Gigaba sharing a meal with Agrizzi resurfaces

The testimony of former COO of BOSASA, Angelo Agrizzi, has everyone questioning everything that has ever happened in between government and the controversial company. A photo of former Minister Malusi Gigaba has resurfaced, showing him enjoying a sandwich with Agrizzi during a site inspection.

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With former COO of BOSASA, Angelo Agrizzi, giving testimony before the Zondo Commission this week, there's no surprise that there is old forgotten matters returning to the surface of people's minds.

A photograph of ex-minister Malusi Gigaba has been doing the rounds on social media, showing Gigaba and Agrizzi enjoying a sandwich while conducting what appears to be an inspection on a BOSASA owned property.

Naturally, with the recent affidavit of Czech mobster Radovan Krejcir still fresh on everyone's mind people's imagination went wild.

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Krejcir had alleged that Gigaba had been involved in procuring asylum for him, after he paid Jacob Zuma R2.5 million in return. Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the affidavit read:

“The second time, in September 2012, I went to Nkandla, I had a meeting with ... Jacob Zuma, who indicated that he had already given instruction to Malusi Gigaba, who was then minister of home affairs, to prepare papers for me.”

READ ALSO: Radovan Krejcir reveals paying Zuma R2.5 mil for asylum in recent affidavit

Here are a few of the reactions to the photo on social media:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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