Gavin Watson, in his BMW: 'Let them rant and rave as much as they want'

Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson – implicated in wide-scale graft at the state capture inquiry – remains unperturbed by mounting evidence that he paid off government ministers during former president Jacob Zuma's tenure.

~ Times Live

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