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An investigation into the R10 million Bosasa contract to provide the Zondo commission with security and surveillance systems has shown it was awarded without following the proper processes.
African Global, formerly BOSASA, has announced their decision to liquidate the group after their bank announced that their accounts will be closed by the end of the month. This follows the companies implication in corruption.
Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe, insists that he is not corrupt and that he hates bribes. He will return to the State Capture Commission to state his side of the story after Richard le Roux implicated him in wrongdoing.
Andries van Tonder, another ex-Bosasa executive, has begun to provide testimony before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. Van Tonder says that, on two occasions, he and Angelo Agrizzi burned incriminating documents
Sanef met with the State Capture Commission of Inquiry over claims of R100 000 paid to them from Bosasa. Sanef insists it did not solicit money from the controversial company. An auditing firm will investigate the claims.
Angelo Agrizzi has revealed that BOSASA paid NPA officials to prevent prosecution against the company. During his testimony at the Zondo Commission he revealed NPA insiders received monthly payments from the company.