Bosasa has been strongly implicated in corruption during the Zondo Commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture, with its former chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi and other employees testifying about its payment of bribes.
Bosasa’s fall from grace started last month when former COO Angelo Agrizzi testified at the inquiry about the company’s illicit operations of bribing officials for access to tenders.
Angelo Agrizzi was talking nonsense.
The controversial firm announced this week that it was undertaking voluntary liquidation after being strongly implicated in allegations of corruption and bribery by its former COO Angelo Agrizzi at the state capture commission.
Bosasa and various directors of the company have been put under the national spotlight following damning testimony of grand corruption spanning nearly two decades by former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi before the Zondo commission into state capture.
These allegations surfaced during the testimony of former Bosasa COO, Angelo Agrizzi, before the Zondo Commission probing state capture in the country.
Suspended deputy national director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba has denied receiving money from facilities management company Bosasa or anyone else.
After the address, Jiba went on to deny all allegations against her including claims by former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi, that she was on the facilities company's payroll.
Former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi testified before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture that former correctional services boss Linda Mti would meet weekly with a team of NPA people which had included Jiba.
The allegations of her collusion with Gavin Watson’s company came from Angelo Agrizzi at the state capture inquiry.