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‘Myeni shared NPA report with us’, state capture inquiry hears

JOHANNESBURG, January 28 – Former SAA board chairwoman Dudu Myeni showed Bosasa executives a National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) report on an investigation into the facilities management company’s corrupt activities, its former COO Angelo Agrizzi testified before the state capture inquiry on Monday. Agrizzi said Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson told him one afternoon that he had […]

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ANC will make submissions to state capture commission at “appropriate time”, says Magashule

JOHANNESBURG, January 22  – The African National Congress (ANC) called on party members and citizens with information to avail themselves to the Commission of Inquiry into allegations of State Capture, secretary-general Ace Magashule said on Tuesday, adding that the party would make submissions at “appropriate times”. “The commission, by virtue of its mandate, will deal with difficult […]

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Absolutely no public interest in media publishing Agrizzi’s affidavit, says Zondo

JOHANNESBURG, January 22 – Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Tuesday reprimanded the media for publishing the contents of the affidavit of former Bosasa chief operations officer-cum-whistleblower, Angelo Agrizzi, saying that there was “absolutely no public interest” in revealing the details that were soon going to be public anyway. Sunday newspapers reported extensively on Agrizzi’s […]

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State capture inquiry resumes on Tuesday

JOHANNESBURG, January 14 – The hearings of the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will resume on Tuesday after a month-long hiatus, but will not hear any oral evidence. The inquiry, which is investigating allegations of corruption and fraud in the public sector including organs of state, will […]