Patrick Mlambo, Zondo Commission investigator, has confirmed that BOSASA did security upgrades at Minister Gwede Mantashe's home. Mlambo detailed the extent of the upgrades done while testifying at the inquiry.
Patrick Mlambo, investigator for the state capture inquiry, confirmed earlier testimonies claiming that Minister Gwede Mantashe had received upgrades from BOSASA.
Eyewitness News reported that Mlambo had detailed extensive security features that were installed at the Minerals Resources Minister's Eastern Cape property.
Richard Le Roux, an ex-BOSASA employee, had claimed earlier in 2019 that Mantashe and Minister Nomvula Mokonyane had received upgrades to their properties from the infamous company.
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After Le Roux's testimony Mlambo had been ordered to verify the installations by inspecting the premises.
Mlambo gave his evidence before the Zondo Commission, explaining that:
“Basically, in every corner of the property and also underneath the balcony, there is also another camera there."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Mantashe had denied any wrongdoing, claiming that he was not corrupt and did not accept bribes.