Mzansi irked by photo of Myeni, Zuma and BOSASA CEO Gavin Watson

Mzansi irked by photo of Myeni, Zuma and BOSASA CEO Gavin Watson

A photo has surfaced on Facebook depicting Dudu Myeni, Jacob Zuma, and BOSASA CEO Gavin Watson. People see the image as evidence that Myeni was dishonest about meeting Watson, but it might not be that simple.

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A photo has surfaced on social media and Mzansi is not pleased. In the photo, Jacob Zuma, Dudu Myeni, and Gavin Watson pose for the camera with other BOSASA executives.

According to The Citizen, the image is from 2015 and depicts the SAA chair with the former president meeting with BOSASA executives.

The photo was uploaded by Vikash Mathura on Monday afternoon. He claims the image puts Myeni's defence into question.

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READ ALSO: State Capture Inquiry: Agrizzi tells of R300k monthly payment to Myeni

Credit: BOSASA

Credit: BOSASA
Source: Facebook

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Angelo Agrizzi had implicated Dudu Myeni in corruption at the state capture inquiry.

The ex-COO claims that the SAA chair had received numerous bribes from BOSASA, including a R300 000 monthly stipend.

Myeni has denied the allegations. In a response to eNCA, she claimed that she only met Watson during a visit to a prawn plant in her official capacity.

According to Agrizzi's testimony at the Zondo Commission, Gavin Watson had openly admitted to paying Myeni R300 000 in cash every month, saying the CEO would personally deliver it.

Agrizzi also claims that he had personally been present on one occasion where the bribe was handed over to the former SAA chair.

This is how people reacted to the post:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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