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JOHANNESBURG - Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane is implicated in Bosasa's web of corruption.
The controversial firm allegedly paid Mokonyane R50000 a month to protect it from law enforcement agencies.
That's according to former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi who's testifying at the state capture inquiry.
READ: At least 80 people were on Bosasa's 'bribe' list: Agrizzi
Agrizzi remains in witness protection.
He's tipped to secure immunity as a state witness in cases that may stem from his state capture testimony.
In three days, Agrizzi has detailed what he deems gross corruption, fraud and money laundering at his old company.
READ: Money Bags: Bosasa's Agrizzi spills the beans at state capture
He's implicated himself and colleagues.
Sunday reports predicted Agrizzi will soon detail Christmas "gifts" to environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane.
They allegedly include whiskey, cases of beer, frozen chicken and beef.