File: Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi has accused suspended deputy director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba of receiving R100,000 from Bosasa monthly.
JOHANNESBURG - More names have emerged in the state capture inquiry and the latest is former Correctional Services Department Commissioner, Linda Mti.
According to Bosasa's former COO Angelo Agrizzi, the company built and furnished a house for Mti and detailed a number of Correctional Services contracts won by Bosasa.
Agrizzi said, "I meet Mr Mti, I went to his house with Watson. I was later informed that Bosasa had supplied the furniture."
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"Later on, when the SIU report broke and everything started coming out, I was informed of the scheme."
"I suspect there was bribery, I don't know how it was done, it was very secretive."