Yet more explosive testimony before the state capture commission on Tuesday revealed the identity of a man who delivered cash to Bosasa, which was in turn used to pay bribes to government officials and ministers.
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Cape Town - The Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State capture heard shocking revelations this week as numerous witnesses took to the stand.
Johannesburg - Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, installed security upgrades costing R300 000 at three properties owned by ANC chairperson and Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe and that of other high ranking officials over th...
Bosasa employee Richard le Roux looks at his files on the witness stand at the Zondo Commission before the start of the second session.
The state capture commission has heard evidence from its own investigators who probed some of the allegations presented by Angelo Agrizzi and other witnesses.
The commission, which is the oversight body for magistrates in South Africa, has confirmed that claims that Nair received security benefits from controversial facilities management company Bosasa, were deliberated upon by the ethics committee duri...
New evidence has emerged of Bosasa staff installing security upgrades at the Cala, Eastern Cape, home of ANC national chairperson and Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe.
Agrizzi, Andries van Tonder, Frans Vorster and Carlos Bonafacio, along with former Correctional Services chief financial officer Patrick Gillingham, appeared before the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Wednesday and were granted R20 ...
Lawrence, a former employee of Equal Trade 4, has testified that the company which distributes food and alcohol always supplied cash to Bosasa.
He told the commission, led by Justice Raymond Zondo, that he once worked with former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi and later with Greg Lacon-Allin, owner of Equal Trade.
Johannesburg - The state capture inquiry resumes on Tuesday morning with two witnesses set to testify on corruption related to facilities management company, Bosasa.
Pretoria chief magistrate Desmond Nair, who presided over Oscar Pistorius's bail application, has been implicated in the fast growing Bosasa scandal unfolding at the state capture commission of inquiry.
Johannesburg - A witness at the state capture inquiry has provided details into Bosasa's illegal dealings of obtaining cash which was allegedly used to pay bribes.
The company, now known as the African Global Group, had been awarded various tenders for catering, and systems services, which amounted to billions of rands.
Former Bosasa employee Richard le Roux claimed that the company paid for security updates at Minister Gwede Mantashe’s three properties, one in Boksburg in Gauteng and two in the Eastern Cape.
Ex-Bosasa boss turned whistleblower Angelo Agrizzi is not going to let his arrest this week stop him from continuing his testimony before the state capture commission of inquiry.
The white cabinet to the left of the frame shows where recording equipment for the CCTV system installed by Bosasa at Gwede Mantashe's Boksburg home is housed.
Bloem, who chaired the committee between 2004 and 2009 before leaving the ANC to join Cope, approached the commission currently probing state capture with a request to give evidence regarding Bosasa and top officials at the correctional services d...
Richard le Roux, who currently works for Global Technology Systems (GTS) formerly known as Sondolo IT, took the stand on Thursday as the third witness in the story of the corrupt activities at Bosasa.
We are not seeing the persecution of whistleblowers, but rather the culmination of a prosecutorial process that started a decade ago and was delayed, allegedly, by bribes paid to top prosecutors and political interference.
Kodwa deflected questions over the friendship on Saturday, which stands in stark contrast to comments he made to News24 in the capacity of acting national spokesperson for the ANC, that Bosasa "ran the country like an underworld, like a mafia".