Details on Bosasa’s GTS to be made public soon The Zondo Commission says the company is no longer providing any services and has been asked to remove its equipment from its premises.
A forensic investigation has confirmed that a R10m Bosasa contract to provide security and surveillance systems to secure the Zondo commission into state capture was awarded without procurement processes being followed.
The offices of African Global Operations, formerly known as Bosasa, were today raided by SARS officials.
At the same time that the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) was finalising a damning report into corruption at Bosasa, it's CEO Gavin Watson was giving testimony at a Christian men's conference about how the company's foundations were built on Christian values.
A company falling under the umbrella of controversial state contractor Bosasa has had its contract with the state capture commission terminated and been ordered to remove its equipment from the premises of the commission.
If he's not going to show it to Mmusi Maimane, he's not going to show it to Julius Malema either – this seems to be President Cyril Ramaphosa's approach to opposition leaders who want to see the contract between his son Andile and notorious facilities management company African Global Operations, formerly known as Bosasa.
Picture: Karen Sandison/African News Agency(ANA) JOHANNESBURG - Bosasa's security firm, GTS, on Friday was fired from providing security services to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
Employees have downed tools and were leaving the company premises on Friday afternoon following a meeting with the liquidator earlier in the morning.
Court-appointed liquidator Cloete Murray says he has met with Bosasa workers and their union representatives, as he begins to take the facilities management firm through a process of liquidation.
Video emerged of Bosasa boss Gavin Watson belittling staff over tenders, and more explosive testimony at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture as the spotlight was shone on Eskom.