JOHANNESBURG - Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi says the company's CEO Gavin Watson referred to the bribe money as Monopoly money.
Agrizzi will resume his bombshell testimony after Thursday's hearing was cut short.
A video of stacks of money being counted was shown during Agrizzi's testimony.
He says if someone didn't do what they're told to do, they would face intimidation and scapegoating.
Those who left the company would be blamed for paying bribes to officials for contracts.
Agrizzi was whisked away from the commission due to a "security situation."
It's understood he left with witness protection.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo was adamant that Friday's hearing will take place.