Former BOSASA COO, Angelo Agrizzi, has continued his testimony before the Zondo Commission. Agrizzi claims that BOSASA had donated as much as R12 million to the ANC's most prominent leaders over the course of the years.
Angelo Agrizzi has returned to the state capture inquiry to continue his lengthy testimony before the commission.
According to eNCA, the former BOSASA chief operations officer claimed that the infamous company had paid the ANC's top six between R10 million and R12 million.
Agrizzi also alleged that a war room had been set up to promote the ruling party during elections. He claimed that the room had been used for ex-president Jacob Zuma in the run-up to the 2012 ANC Mangaung conference.
The former COO claimed that this had been done on instructions from Nomvula Mokonyane, Environmental Affairs Minister.
The risk involved in testifying for Agrizzi seems to be mounting after his witness protection was upgraded following threatening phone-calls and even a 'poison' letter in isiZulu, which was left on his car.
Agrizzi claims he is in danger because of how well-connected his former employers are.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that President Cyril Ramaphosa has committed to appearing before the inquiry, chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, to address concerns over his family's ties to BOSASA.
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