Agrizzi told the commission, headed by deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, last month that Jiba, her personal assistant Jackie Lepinka and Adv Lawrence Mrwebi had each received R100 000; R20 000 and R10 000 respectively since 2009 for their allege...
Suspended deputy national director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba has denied receiving money from facilities management company Bosasa or anyone else.
The allegations of her collusion with Gavin Watson’s company came from Angelo Agrizzi at the state capture inquiry.
A new video clip has provided a rare glimpse of elusive and infamous Bosasa boss Gavin Watson in action, berating his staff for mistakes that nearly led to the company losing an R800m tender.
If for some reason, Bosasa’s CEO, Gavin Watson, thought that by voluntarily liquidating the company, he’d be scot-free, he ought to think again, says Solidarity.
Bosasa directors (from left) Papa Leshabane, Thandi Makoko, Gavin Watson, Joe Gumede with former ANC treasurer general Zweli Mkhize (centre) and politically connected fixer Sesinyi Seopela (far right) during a meeting at Luthuli House in 2014.
This comes after First National Bank (FNB) and Absa informed the company, led by CEO Gavin Watson, of its decision to close its bank accounts.
Agrizzi was Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson's right-hand man.
News24 has independently confirmed that FNB, the controversial group's long-time banker, is severing ties with the company led by CEO Gavin Watson.
During his testimony, he said cash was given to former correctional services commissioner Linda Mti, either by himself or Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson, with the understanding that R100 000 was for Jiba and R10 000 for Mrwebi.