Agrizzi spends second day in hospital

Former BOSASA chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi has spent a second day in hospital in Johannesburg where his condition has been described as stable. He was admitted to hospital on Thursday, after spending one night in jail. Agrizzi was denied bail on Wednesday, after being deemed a flight risk. He[…]

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Cedric Frolick to appear before State Capture Commission

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Johannesburg will on Friday hear Bosasa related testimony from ANC MP Cedric Frolick. He was implicated before the State Capture Commission of Inquiry. Bosasa has featured prominently in testimony at the commission implicating several high-ranking officials. Frolick allegedly received a monthly retainer[…]

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Public Protector judgment: implications for Parliament

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria’s full-Bench judgment in the CR17-Bosasa case entrenched Parliament’s powers, saved the legislature from having to do the impossible and provided further “evidence” for the removal proceedings of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise was the second respondent in the case,[…]

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Gavin Watson’s death: 5 holes in the investigation

Despite three parallel investigations into Watson’s death, there are more questions than answers so far. Almost a month has gone by since late Bosasa boss Gavin Watson’s fatal crash that shocked South Africa, but the nation is no more clued up on the facts of his death than they were[…]

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Hawks lambasted for arresting Agrizzi and four co-accused

Legal experts have lambasted the Hawks for the arrests of five-people over allegations of corruption, money laundering and fraud related to tender irregularities between Bosasa and the Department of Correctional Services. Experts warn that the arrest of former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi’s could scare off more witnesses intending to give[…]

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