JOHANNESBURG - Former Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has implicated further at the State Capture Inquiry.
A former sub-contractor, Charl le Roux has backed evidence by Bosasa's former COO, Angelo Agrizzi, that the company paid for maintenance and security upgrades at Mokonyane's Krugersdorp home.
Last year, Agrizzi blew the lid on rampant corruption and bribery at Bosasa.
It included a R50,000 monthly payout to Mokonyane.
Le Roux told the inquiry that he was called out on numerous occasions to fix electrical faults at Mokonyane's home.