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JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry continued on Tuesday with more revelations from former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi.
Agrizzi claims Bosasa paid for a home worth millions of rands for then Correctional Services Commissioner, Linda Mti.
Agrizzi, says he was also given monthly payments of R65 000 and this amount later increased to a R100 000.
Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's name also featured prominently on Monday.
Agrizzi told the inquiry that Mokonyane received undue money and gifts from the company.
He alleged that he counted and delivered monthly bribes of R50,000 to the minister.
Meanwhile, Mokonyane's lawyers have issued a letter to the Zondo Commission, stating her rights have been breached.
She says commission officials are undermining the integrity of the commission and leaks to the media undermines its work.