The state capture inquiry resumes at 10 o'clock. More damning evidence is expected from the former chief operating officer of Bosasa. He's implicated himself, his former boss and colleagues in alleged corruption. Courtesy #DStv403
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JOHANNESBURG - Evidence from Angelo Agrizzi, the former chief operations officer of controversial company Bosasa, is continuing at the state capture inquiry on Thursday.
In the latter part of his testimony on Wednesday, he has already revealed that Bosasa paid millions of rands every month in tender bribes.
Agrizzi says he had a near death experience and decided after this to clear his conscience and tell the truth about what exactly went down.