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JOHANNESBURG - National Prosecuting Authority officials were allegedly paid to keep Bosasa in the loop about a corruption probe the company was facing.
This is according to the company's former COO, Angelo Agrizzi, who was giving evidence at the State Capture Commission.
He also said his boss, Gavin Watson had former President Jacob Zuma in his pocket.
The Special Investigating Unit has found critical Bosasa evidence has been wiped from the company's servers.
This emerged at the state capture inquiry on Wednesday.
In 2008, Bosasa's IT experts ran a deleting blitz, removing 40,000 folders and files.
The SIU managed to recover only some of the information.
Angelo Agrizzi is expected to make more revelations when his testimony resumes on Thursday.
He's testified the longest of all Zondo commission witnesses to date.
The inquiry resumes on Monday.