Agrizzi apparently to link Jacob Zuma to Bosasa in #StateCaptureInquiry

Agrizzi apparently to link Jacob Zuma to Bosasa in #StateCaptureInquiry

An exclusive report indicates that Angelo Agrizzi will implicate Jacob Zuma as part of the corruption around Bosasa. The report alleges that Bosasa paid the former president R300 000 a month to have access to his influence.

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According to an exclusive report by News24, Angelo Agrizzi is going to spill even more beans on Bosasa, this time implicating Jacob Zuma.

The former president's foundation allegedly received R300 000 a month from Bosasa in exchange for his influence.

This is reported to have gone on for years, and Zuma's influence would ensure that doors are opened to new government contracts.

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The report also alleges that as Bosasa's relationship with Zuma grew, Bosasa's CEO, Gavin Watson, asked Zuma to smother a corruption probe by the National Prosecuting Authority and the Hawks.

This information will reportedly be revealed as Angelo Agrizzi continues to testify before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Agrizzi will allegedly also implicate top prosecutors Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi, as well as Minister of Environmental Affairs, Nomvula Mokonyane.

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This comes after Agrizzi claimed Bosasa paid R1.8 million towards the ANC election campaign when he testified earlier.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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