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LIVE: Chief Financial Officer Ex-Bosass confirms that cash would be spent on "R4m-R6m" on monthly bribes – #StateCaptureInquiry



2019-01-30 12:00

Former Financial Director of Bosasa Andries van Tonder continues with his testimony at the judicial investigation commission for state rescue following on the back of former Chief Operations Officer Angelo Agrizzi.

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Van Tonder confirms the monthly amount of cash that would be spent on bribes – from R4 to R6 million.

The same amount that Agrizzi had previously testified.

Van Tonder then confirms that he himself received R20 000 in cash per month, in addition to his usual salary. He says Gavin Watson gives him every month.

Van Tonder: "I got it for a period … if I can remember correctly, it started in 2005."

Van Tonder says he was stopped by this type of payment in October 2017 when he left Bosas the following month.

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Van Tonder confirms the monthly amount of cash that would be spent on bribes – from R4 to R6 million.

The same amount that Agrizzi had previously testified. & Nbsp;

Van Tonder then confirms that he himself received R20 000 in cash per month, in addition to his usual salary. He says Gavin Watson gives him every month. & Nbsp;

Van Tonder: "I got it for a period … if I can remember correctly, it started in 2005." & Nbsp;

Van Tonder says he was stopped by this type of payment in October 2017 when he left Bosas the following month.

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ICYMI:

KZN jail boss speaks after Bosase's charge

KwaZulu-Natal suspended capital cap Mnikelwa Nxele has filed for charges of bribery against him in the Zondo state investigation last week.

He was accused of taking over R50,000 a month in bribes from Bosasa's management company. The accusations were made by former Bosasa's CEO, Angelo Agrizzi, when Nxele was suspended for unrelated labor disputes.

On Tuesday, Nxele took over the Removal Services Division (DCS) at the Durban Labor Court to question his suspension.

In a media interview at the end of the proceedings, he said he was suspended after disciplinary procedures with the manager's participation.

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KZN jail boss speaks after Bosase's charge& nbsp;

KwaZulu-Natal suspended capital cap Mnikelwa Nxele has filed for charges of bribery against him in the Zondo state investigation last week.

He was accused of taking over R50,000 a month in bribes from Bosasa's management company. The accusations were made by former Bosasa's CEO, Angelo Agrizzi, when Nxele was suspended for unrelated labor disputes. & Nbsp;

On Tuesday, Nxele took over the Removal Services Division (DCS) at the Durban Labor Court to question his suspension.

In a media interview at the end of the proceedings, he said he was suspended after the disciplinary processes when a manager appeared. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Agrizzi's last day at the stand: racism and relief

The final day of the initial testimony of former Bosás boss Angela Agrizzi was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist imprisonment by the Investigative Star Writer's Investigative Committee in terrifying details.

Agrizzi was secretly recorded during a meeting at the Fourways House, which on numerous occasions was related to black director Bosas as a ***** s.

Agrizzi's short video with children and nephew of general manager Bosas Gavin Watson, Lindsay, Roth, and Jarrod Watson, who has moved to social media since September, played as a commissioner.

The clip is an audibly modified version of a longer record that Agrizzi claims should take at least three hours and was cobbled to use every opportunity Agrizzi for the word in succession.

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Agrizzi's last day at the stand: racism and relief& nbsp;

The last day of the initial testimony of Bosás's former boss, Angella Agrizzi, was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist imprisonment by the state commission storing stellar testimony in terrible details. & Nbsp;

Agrizzi was secretly recorded during a meeting at his Fourways House, which concerned Bosas' black directors as a ***** s on many occasions. & Nbsp;

Agrizzi's short video clip with children and nephew of Bosass CEO Gavin Watson, Lindsay, Rothem and Jarrod Watson, who has been on social media since September, was playing as a commissioner she heard. & Nbsp;

The clip is an audibly modified version of a longer record, which should tell Agrizzi that it should last for at least three hours, and was plowed to every opportunity Agrizzi used for the word in succession. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Agrizzi testimony as a vuvuzela keeping people at night – Mbalula

ANK Election President Fikile Mbalula praised the Corruption Detection Commission, even though he said some revelations give some people sleepless nights.

Mbalula turned to media at ANC Luthuli House headquarters for a voter registration statement. During his speech, however, he applauded the commission and its work.

"The commission is important for South Africa and we have to call off the bad past for us." This is a new dawn, it is not an ideology, we are on our way to correct the wrong things. "

He said that the way the ruling party was, was called a renewal, even though there were opinions that the party did not.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Agrizzi testimony as a vuvuzela keeping people at night – Mbalula& nbsp;

ANK Election President Fikile Mbalula praised the Corruption Detection Commission, even though he said some revelations give some people sleepless nights.

Mbalula turned to media at ANC Luthuli House headquarters for a voter registration statement. During his speech, however, he applauded the commission and its work.

"The commission is important for South Africa and we have to call off the bad past for us." This is a new dawn, it is not an ideology, we are on our way to correct the wrong things. "

He said that the way the ruling party was, was called a renewal, even though there were opinions that the party did not.

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ICYMI:

Zondo on Agrisi's racist line: "What you said was very insulting and totally unacceptable"

The record of former Bosa boss Angelo Agrizzi, who tells a number of racist scams, including k-words, was described as "very insulting and totally unacceptable" by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zond.

The clip was played during Agrizzi's testimony on Tuesday's Investigative Investigation Commission, and he drew from the public gallery when he was playing.

News24 has seen tears in the eyes of several members of the media and the public.

"This is a little hidden," says Agrizzi.

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Zondo on Agrisi's racist line: "What you said was very insulting and totally unacceptable"& nbsp;

The record of former Bosa boss Angelo Agrizzi, who tells a number of racist scams, including k-words, was described as "very insulting and totally unacceptable" by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zond.

The clip was played during Agrizzi's testimony on Tuesday's Investigative Investigation Commission, and he drew from the public gallery when he was playing.

News24 has seen tears in the eyes of several members of the media and the public.

"This has to hide a little," explains Agrizzi at one point. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

How the spin doctor tried to "influence" the report on Bosas

Carien du Plessis, one of the first journalists to unveil a pile of corruption within the Bosase controversy, has told News24 that one of the doctors named Angelo Agrizzi in the Zondo commission has attempted to influence its 2006 report on the company.

Agriszzi, a former Bosas executive, said on Monday to the investigative commission that Stephen Laufer and Benedicta Dube's public relations practitioners had been condemned by Bosas to discredit journalists who have exposed the corruption that concerns the company.

Dube, who died, tried to intimidate Adriaan Basson, now Editor-in-Chief News24, to ease his line on Bosas.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

How the spin doctor tried to "influence" the report on Bosas& nbsp;

Carien du Plessis, one of the first journalists to unveil a pile of corruption within the Bosase controversy, has told News24 that one of the doctors named Angelo Agrizzi in the Zondo commission has attempted to influence its 2006 report on the company.

Agriszzi, a former Bosas executive, said on Monday the investigative commission said that public relations practitioners Stephen Laufer and Benedicta Dube were contracted by Bosass to discredit journalists who unveiled corruption with the company's participation.

Dube, who died, tried to intimidate Adriaan Basson, now Editor-in-Chief News24, to ease his line on Bosas.

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ICYMI:

Pinky Khoabane: It's all a lie, Bosass never paid me

Journalist Pinky Khoabane, who was named Bosasa's former executive director Angelo Agrizzi in the Zondo commission as one of the journalists who received bribes for writing positive articles about the company, accused him of lying.

Khoabane was interviewed Monday night with Thabis TT Tema on Power FM.

She said she recorded a recording of "racist rant" of Agrizzi in October last year, which also involved journalists who were "cultivated" four years ago – including News24 editor Adrian Basson and Carte Blanche anchor Derek Watts and two others. According to City of Khoabane, City Press introduced an article about recording, but neglected Basson or Watta.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Pinky Khoabane: It's all a lie, Bosass never paid me& nbsp;

Journalist Pinky Khoabane, who was named Bosasa's former executive director Angelo Agrizzi in the Zondo commission as one of the journalists who received bribes for writing positive articles about the company, accused him of lying.

Khoabane was interviewed Monday night with Thabis TT Tema on Power FM. & Nbsp;

She said she recorded a recording of "racist rant" of Agrizzi in October last year, which also involved journalists who were "cultivated" four years ago – including News24 editor Adrian Basson and Carte Blanche anchor Derek Watts and two others. According to the town of Khoabane, an article about the recording appeared in the city press, but neglected Basson or Watts. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Ramaphosa met the Public Defender over the Bosass payment

President Cyril Ramaphosa met with the ombudsman Busisi Mkhwebane in Pretoria on Tuesday to discuss a controversial payment of R500,000, which was made in favor of the Ramaphos election campaign by the state-owned Bosasa rescue company.

Speaker of the presidency, Khusela Diko, said on Tuesday24 that Ramaphosa wanted to resolve the complaint that he deliberately deceived Parliament on payments.

Mkhwebane confirmed last week that she was investigating whether Ramafosa was lying about the donation campaign she had received from Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations.

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Ramaphosa met the Public Defender over the Bosass payment& nbsp;

President Cyril Ramaphosa met with the ombudsman Busfiy Mkhwebane in Pretoria on Tuesday to discuss a controversial payment of R500,000 that was made in favor of the Ramaphos election campaign by Bosas state rescue groups. & Nbsp;

Speaker of the presidency, Khusela Diko, told News24 on Tuesday that Ramaphos wanted to address a complaint that he deliberately deceived Parliament on payments. & Nbsp;

Mkhwebane & nbsp; last week, confirmed that it was investigating whether Ramaphosa was lying about the donation campaign he received from Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations.

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ICYMI:

State interrogation question: Agrizzi gives Zuma Dudu Myenius front and center in Bosas corrupt sagas

Dudu Myeni, a close friend of former President Jacob Zuma and chair of his charitable foundation, was a vital officer in the controversial establishment of Bosas managers, allegedly a worldwide network of corruption and bribery.

According to Angelo Agrizzi, former chief executive officer of Bosasa, it was the management that made Zuma monthly when it was a state movement. In addition, Agriszzi and Bosasa's managing director Gavin Watson have access to NPA's confidential documents detailing the investigation of the company's offices. And, according to Agrizzi, it was important to keep Myen on their side because "she could have been around the shops".

This and other dramatic allegations were made as part of the testimony of the Agrizzi Judicial Investigation Commission on Monday. This was Agrizzi's eighth day at the witness stand.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

State interrogation question: Agrizzi gives Zuma Dudu Myenius front and center in Bosas corrupt sagas& nbsp;

Dudu Myeni, a close friend of former President Jacob Zuma and chair of his charitable foundation, was a vital officer in the controversial establishment of Bosas managers, allegedly a worldwide network of corruption and bribery.

According to Angelo Agrizzi, former chief executive officer of Bosasa, it was the management that made Zuma monthly when it was a state movement. In addition, Agriszzi and Bosasa's managing director Gavin Watson have access to NPA's confidential documents detailing the investigation of the company's offices. And, according to Agrizzi, it was important to keep Myen on their side because "she could have been around the shops".

This and other dramatic allegations were made as part of the testimony of the Agrizzi Judicial Investigation Commission on Monday. It was the eighth day of Agrizzi on the witness stand. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

#StateCaptureInquiry: SIU looks at driving because the Bosass revelation continues

The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) monitors state-based remote custody and seeks the information it needs for its investigation – both old and new.

The unit revealed that it has launched an internal information gathering process to determine if it needs to be changed or updated.

It is the former head of the Bosása Angelo Agrizzi Operations Office on Monday, the eighth day of his life, with an explosive testimony of the internal functioning of the controversial society and how she managed to win a tender from the state services, including the Correctional Services Division.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

#StateCaptureInquiry: SIU looks at driving because the Bosass revelation continues& nbsp;

The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) monitors state-based remote custody and seeks the information it needs for its investigation – both old and new.

The unit revealed that it has launched an internal information gathering process to determine if it needs to be changed or updated.

It is that the former chief of the Bosas operating team, Angelo Agrizzi, spent the eighth day on Monday, issuing explosive testimonies about the internal functioning of the controversial society, and how she managed to get a selection from the state services, including the Correctional Services Division. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

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