File: Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi. AFP/Phill Magakoe
JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC) has applied to cross-examine Angelo Agrizzi after the former Bosasa boss leveled allegations against the ANC top six.
The party confirmed their application during Agrizzi's 11th day back at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry on Friday.
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He previously told the inquiry that Bosasa donated R10-million to R12-million to the ANC's Top Six.
Agrizzi has also told the inquiry he's at risk because his ex-bosses are so well-connected.
His witness protection's been escalated after he received a warning call and a letter in isiZulu was left on his windscreen.
On Thursday, Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane revealed that she'll be applying to the commission to cross-examine Agrizzi following Agrizzi's allegations that she received R50 000 a month to protect Bosasa from law enforcement agencies.