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LIVE: Bosas's former CFO confirms that cash in the amount of R4–6 million will be spent on monthly bribes – #StateCaptureInquiry



2019-01-30 12:00

Former Bosas financial director Andries van Tonder continues to testify in the judicial commission to investigate the seizure of the state, following the example of former chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi.

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Van Tonder confirms the monthly amount of money that will be spent on bribes – from 4 to 6 million rubles.

The same amount that Agrizzi had previously testified.

Then Van Tonder confirms that he himself received 20,000 rubles in cash per month in addition to his regular salary. He says that Gavin Watson himself will give it to him every month.

Van Tonder: "I received it within … if I remember correctly, it began in 2005."

Van Tonder says that payments of this kind to him ceased in October 2017, when he left Bosas the following month.

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Van Tonder confirms the monthly amount of money that will be spent on bribes – from 4 to 6 million rubles.

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

Then Van Tonder confirms that he himself received 20,000 rubles in cash per month in addition to his regular salary. He says that Gavin Watson himself will give it to him every month. & Nbsp;

Van Tonder: "I received it during the period … if I remember correctly, it began in 2005." & Nbsp;

Van Tonder says that payments of this kind to him ceased in October 2017, when he left Bosas the following month.

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ICYMI:

KZN prison warden speaks after Bosas charges

The head of KwaZulu-Natal Mikelva Nksele, who was dismissed from his post, spoke after bribery charges were filed against him in the state seizure commission last week.

He was accused of accepting bribes in the amount of more than 50,000 rubles a month from the Bosasa property management company. The charges were made by former Bosasa executive director Angelo Agrizzi, coincidentally around the same time that Nksele was suspended from office for an unrelated labor dispute.

On Tuesday, Nksele brought the Department of Corrections (DCS) to the Labor Court in Durban to challenge his removal.

Speaking to the media after the trial, he said that he was suspended from participation in disciplinary proceedings involving the manager.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

KZN prison warden speaks after Bosas charges& Nbsp;

The head of KwaZulu-Natal Mikelva Nksele, who was dismissed from his post, spoke after bribery charges were filed against him in the state seizure commission last week.

He was accused of accepting bribes in the amount of more than 50,000 rubles a month from the Bosasa property management company. The charges were made by former Bosasa executive director Angelo Agrizzi, coincidentally around the same time that Nksele was suspended from office for an unrelated labor dispute. & Nbsp;

On Tuesday, Nksele brought the Department of Corrections (DCS) to the Labor Court in Durban to challenge his removal.

Speaking to the media after the trial, he said that he was removed from office after the initiation of disciplinary processes involving the manager. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

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

The last day of the initial testimony of the former boss of Bosasy Angelo Agrizzi was overshadowed by a clip, in which terrible detailing showed the racist tirade a star witness to the state commission to investigate the seizure.

Agrizzi was secretly recorded during a meeting at his Fourways home, citing black Bosasa directors as k ***** s in many cases.

A short clip of Agrizzi, speaking with the children and nephew of Bosas CEO Gavin Watson, Lindsey, Roth and Jarrod Watson, which has been distributed on social networks since September last year, was heard for the commission.

The video is rumored to be an edited version of a longer recording, which Agrizzi claims should last at least three hours, and be combined so that each case where Agrizzi uses the k-word in the sequence.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Agrizzi's last day on the stand: racism and relief& Nbsp;

The last day of the initial testimony of the former boss of Bosasy Angelo Agrizzi was overshadowed by a clip in which terrible detail showed the racist tirade of a star witness to the state commission to investigate the seizure. & Nbsp;

Agrizzi was secretly recorded during a meeting at his home in Fourways, in which the black directors of Bosas were called k ***** s in many cases. & Nbsp;

A short clip of Agrizzi, speaking to the children and the nephew of Bosas CEO Gavin Watson, Lindsey, Roth and Jarrod Watson, which has been distributed on social networks since September last year, was played for the commission to hear. & Nbsp;

The video is rumored to be an edited version of a longer recording, which Agrizzi claims should last at least three hours, and be combined so that each case where Agrizzi uses the k-word in the sequence. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Agrizzi testimony how to vuvuzela keep people awake at night – Mbalula

The head of the ANC for the elections Fikile Mbalula praised the state commission to investigate the seizure for the detection of corruption, although he said that some revelations give some people sleepless nights.

Mbalula appealed to the media at the headquarters of the ANC in House Lutuli about the party’s statement about voter registration. However, during his speech, he welcomed the commission and its work.

“The Zondo Commission is important for South Africa and for us to correct the mistakes of the past. This is a new dawn. This is not an ideology. We are on the road to correcting mistakes. ”

He said that the path taken by the ruling party was called renewal, although there was an opinion that the party was not acting.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Agrizzi testimony how to vuvuzela keep people awake at night – Mbalula& Nbsp;

The head of the ANC for the elections Fikile Mbalula praised the state commission to investigate the seizure for the detection of corruption, although he said that some revelations give some people sleepless nights.

Mbalula appealed to the media at the headquarters of the ANC in House Lutuli about the party’s statement about voter registration. However, during his speech, he welcomed the commission and its work.

“The Zondo Commission is important for South Africa and for us to correct the mistakes of the past. This is a new dawn. This is not an ideology. We are on the road to correcting mistakes. ”

He said that the path taken by the ruling party was called renewal, although there was an opinion that the party was not acting.

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ICYMI:

Zondo about the racist tirade Agrizzi: "What you said was extremely offensive and totally unacceptable"

The recording of former boss Bosas Angelo Agritzi, who uttered a series of racist insults, including a word, was marked as "extremely offensive and totally unacceptable" by the deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo.

The video was reproduced during the testimony of Agrizzi at the State Commission of Inquiry into the seizure on Tuesday and caused sighs from the public gallery during its reproduction.

News24 noticed tears in the eyes of some media representatives and members of the public.

“This K **** r needs a good cover-up,” he heard Agrizzi once say.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Zondo about the racist tirade Agrizzi: "What you said was extremely offensive and totally unacceptable"& Nbsp;

The recording of former boss Bosas Angelo Agritzi, who uttered a series of racist insults, including a word, was marked as "extremely offensive and totally unacceptable" by the deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo.

The video was reproduced during the testimony of Agrizzi at the State Commission of Inquiry into the seizure on Tuesday and caused sighs from the public gallery during its reproduction.

News24 noticed tears in the eyes of some media representatives and members of the public.

“This k **** p needs a good cover-up,” one can hear, Agrizzi once said. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

How a spin doctor tried to "influence" the reports about Bosas

Carien du Plessis, one of the first journalists to expose the rot of corruption around the controversial company Bosas, told News24 that one of the political consultants named Angelo Agrizzi on the Zondo commission tried to influence her ideas about the company in 2006.

Agrizzi, the former head of Bosasa, told the state seizure commission on Monday that public relations practitioners Stephen Laufer and Benedict Dube signed a contract with Bosasa to discredit journalists exposing corruption in the company.

The deceased Dube attempted to intimidate Adrian Basson, currently the chief editor of News24, in softening his position on Bosas.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

How a spin doctor tried to "influence" the reports about Bosas& Nbsp;

Carien du Plessis, one of the first journalists to expose the rot of corruption around the controversial company Bosas, told News24 that one of the political consultants named Angelo Agrizzi on the Zondo commission tried to influence her ideas about the company in 2006.

Agriрицci, the former head of Bosasa, told the state seizure commission on Monday that Bosasa contracted public relations practitioners Stephen Laufer and Benedict Dube to discredit journalists exposing corruption involving the company. & Nbsp;

The deceased Dube attempted to intimidate Adrian Basson, currently the chief editor of News24, in softening his position on Bosas.

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ICYMI:

Pinkie Hoabane: It's all a lie, Bososa never paid me

Journalist Pinki Hoabane, whom former Bosasa Commissioner Angelo Agrizzi on the commission Zondo called one of the journalists who received bribes for writing positive articles about the company, accused him of lying.

Habane was interviewed by Thabiso TT Tema on Power FM on Monday evening.

She said that she received Agrizzi’s “racist rant” in October last year, in which he also participated in journalists who were “cultivated” four years ago, including News24 editor Adrian Basson and Carte Blanche presenter Derek. Watts and two others. According to Hoabane, City Press published an article about the record, but did not mention Basson or Watts.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Pinkie Hoabane: It's all a lie, Bososa never paid me& Nbsp;

Journalist Pinki Hoabane, whom former Bosasa Commissioner Angelo Agrizzi on the commission Zondo called one of the journalists who received bribes for writing positive articles about the company, accused him of lying. & Nbsp;

Hobane was interviewed by Thabiso TT Tema on Power FM on Monday night. & Nbsp;

She said that she received Agrizzi’s “racist rant” in October last year, in which he also participated in journalists who were “cultivated” four years ago, including News24 editor Adrian Basson and Carte Blanche presenter Derek. Watts and two others. According to Hoaban, City Press published an article about the recording, but did not mention Basson or Watts. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Ramaphosa will meet with Public Protector regarding Bosas payment

President Cyril Ramaphos will meet on Tuesday with the public defender Busiciwe Mhweban in Pretoria to discuss the controversial payment of 500,000 rubles, which was made in favor of Ramaphosa Bososa's election campaign.

Presidential spokesman Husela Diko told News24 on Tuesday that Ramaphos wanted to file a complaint that he had deliberately deceived parliament about the payment.

Last week, she confirmed that she would be investigating whether Ramafos had lied about donating to the campaign received from Bosas, now known as the African Global Operations.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Ramaphosa will meet with Public Protector regarding Bosas payment& Nbsp;

On Tuesday, President Kirill Ramaphosa will meet with the public defender Busiciwe Mhweban in Pretoria to discuss the controversial payment of 500,000 rubles, which was made in favor of the election campaign of Ramaphosa Bososa, involved in the seizure of the state. & Nbsp;

Presidential spokesman Husela Diko told News24 on Tuesday that Ramaphos wanted to complain that he had deliberately deceived parliament about the payment. & Nbsp;

Last week, she confirmed that she would be investigating whether Ramafos had lied about donating to the campaign received from Bosas, now known as the African Global Operations.

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ICYMI:

Request for state capture: Agrizzi puts Zuma Dudu Myeni at the center of the corruption saga in Bosas

Dudu Myeni, a close friend of former President Jacob Zuma and chairman of his charitable foundation, was a vital cog in the controversial sites that allegedly controlled the Bosas government network for corruption and bribery.

According to Angelo Agrizzi, the former head of Bosas, she was the channel through which Zuma was paid monthly when he was head of state. She also gave Agrizzi and Bosas Executive Director Gavin Watson access to the confidential documents of the National Prosecutor's Office (NPA), which detail the investigation conducted by the authorities of the company. And, according to Agrizzi, it was important to keep Meni on their side, because "she could make deals."

This and other dramatic accusations were made as part of Agrizzi’s testimony before a judicial commission to investigate the state’s seizure on Monday. This was the eighth day of Agrizzi as a witness.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

Request for state capture: Agrizzi puts Zuma Dudu Myeni at the center of the corruption saga in Bosas& Nbsp;

Dudu Myeni, a close friend of former President Jacob Zuma and chairman of his charitable foundation, was a vital cog in the controversial sites that allegedly controlled the Bosas government network for corruption and bribery.

According to Angelo Agrizzi, the former head of Bosas, she was the channel through which Zuma was paid monthly when he was head of state. She also gave Agrizzi and Bosas Executive Director Gavin Watson access to the confidential documents of the National Prosecutor's Office (NPA), which detail the investigation conducted by the authorities of the company. And, according to Agrizzi, it was important to keep Meni on their side, because "she could make deals."

This and other dramatic accusations were made as part of Agrizzi’s testimony before a judicial commission to investigate the state’s seizure on Monday. It was Agrizzi's eighth day at the witness stand. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

#StateCaptureInquiry: SIU watches as Bosas revelations continue

A special investigative unit (SIU) monitors the process of capturing a state at a distance, looking for information necessary for its investigations, both old and new.

The unit revealed that it had initiated an internal information gathering process to determine if changes or additions should be made to its findings.

This happens as the former head of the Bosasa Operations Division, Angelo Agrizzi, spent his eighth day on Monday, giving an explosive testimony about the internal work of the disputed company, and how he managed to win tenders from government departments, including the Department of Corrections.

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ICYMI: & nbsp;

#StateCaptureInquiry: SIU watches as Bosas revelations continue& Nbsp;

A special investigative unit (SIU) monitors the process of capturing a state at a distance, looking for information necessary for its investigations, both old and new.

The unit revealed that it had initiated an internal information gathering process to determine if changes or additions should be made to its findings.

This happens as the former head of the Bosasa Operations Division, Angelo Agrizzi, spent his eighth day, Monday, giving an explosive testimony about the internal work of the disputed company, and how he managed to win tenders from government departments, including the Department of Corrections and NBSP ;. & Nbsp;

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