WATCH: 'Ja boetie...and R900K next week' – Zondo inquiry hears from Bosasa bag man

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.

~ News 24

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