Three Anc MPs, namely Vincent Smith, Vincent Magagula and Winnie Ngwenya, have been exposed for having accepted monthly cash payments in exchange for deliberately casting aside their role as the last say in oversight over taxpayer funded government departments.
Parliament has done nothing to investigate alleged Bosasa payments to longstanding Anc MP Vincent Smith – nearly five months after he admitted to receiving a R671,000 “loan” from the company’s ex-chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi.
Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi has laid bare how the controversial prison security company lined the pockets of Anc heavyweights and state officials in exchange for furthering its business interests with the government.
(Jan Gerber, News24) The DA unveiled posters in Cape Town on Monday to encourage potential voters to register to vote to "keep the Anc and EFF" out of government in the Western Cape.
The DA has reason to be seriously worried ahead of the national and provincial elections coming up in May, while the Anc needs to pull up its socks if it wants to capitalise on the DA's loosened grip on the Western Cape and smaller parties might also see some gains.
– Lavish gifts – Agrizzi described how Bosasa paid for funerals for Mokonyane’s deceased family members, rented cars for her daughter for months at a time and organised large rallies for the ruling African National Congress (Anc) party.
Steenhuisen said the numbers spoke "to the Anc’s penchant for corruption" which he said had now seeped into the police.
Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi has detailed how the controversial prisons security company allegedly recruited senior Anc MPs, including Vincent Smith, to do its bidding.
READ: Anc distAnces itself ahead of more revelations expected at state capture inquiry from former Bosasa COO The first witness at the commission on Monday was Acting National Director for Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Silas Ramaite.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Long known for singing and dAncing at political rallies, former president Jacob Zuma has now been chosen as the voice of anti-apartheid liberation songs in a South African history project.