Do you still remember the controversial former BOSASA COO, Angelo Agrizzi? If not, he rose to prominence in 2019, when appeared at the Judicial Commission of inquiry into allegations of State Capture, whereby he laid bare the rot that'd been going on at the height of the state capture project.
The state capture inquiry has heard evidence by a private contractor who did electricity work five years ago at the home of former environmental affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane located in Krugersdorp, Johannesburg. In 2020, Charl le Roux's testimony followed evidence led by former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi back in 2019.
The state capture inquiry heard evidence by a private contractor who did electrical work five years ago at the home of former environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane in Krugersdorp.Charl le Roux's testimony last year followed evidence led by former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzo in 2019.
The State wants to subpoena the doctor treating former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi to explain his condition. Agrizzi has been ill since October 2020, and the State also wants its own doctor to examine him ~ NEWS24 Quite rightly so, to have him examined, but do it for the right reasons and not a tit for tat reason, we all know Agrizzi has serious cardiac and obvious obesity problems, but on the other hand, never seen JZ ever display any form of ailment.
The former Chief Executive Officer of Bosasa Anglo Agrizzi has been able to conduct an interview even after we were told that he is not fit to stand trial. Seeing Agrizzi, it did not look like he is a man who won't be able to go through with his trial and what seems to be concerns for most people is that, nobody is questioning his state of health.
Cyril Ramaphosa promised to get rid of all the corrupt leaders in the party and bring them to book. Turns out the president wasn't bluffing at all as he is sticking to his promise. The latest corrupt leader to be busted is Vincent Smith. Over the past couple of months the former ANC member of parliament has been in and out of courts battling the corruption allegations which were levelled against him.
Previous Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi confronted an exceptional interrogation from money manager Kevin Wakeford's insight on Thursday evening. It began with advocate Reg Willis inquiring as to whether it was conceivable that his proof concerning Wakeford was unsteady or if he had committed an error in his declaration.
South Africa has been dealing with racism since the apartheid era. Thousands of South Africans continue to raise the race card whenever they feel that they are being mistreated due to the colour of their skin. The Economic Freedom Fighters has been using violence to stand up for black people against white South Africans that they believe are racists.
Previous boss tasks official of the Department of Justice Minister and Correctional Services Dr Khotso De Wee has "exhaustingly" denied defilement claims that he got Bosasa pay-offs in return for contracts. Bosasa's previous boss tasks official Angelo Agrizzi told the state catch commission in 2019 that De Wee got an undefined installment from Bosasa.
Source: SABC In his declaration to the State Catch Commission, previous Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi claimed that Mbulelo Gingcana were given safety establishments from Bosasa for nothing at his domestic to the music of R240 000 in March 2017. Suspended Supervisor for Supply The board on the South African Common Flying Position, Mbulelo Gingcana
Ramaphosa To Talk About The Gupta Meeting, Agrizzi And Bosasa At the State Capture Commission Date: 2021/04/27 Source: https://twitter.com/SABCNews/status/1387092255761121288?s=20 On The 28th of April 2021, President Cyril Ramaphosa expected to appear before judge Raymond Zondo to testify about meeting the Gupta brothers from Atul Gupta and the others.
Mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe took the media on a tour of his Eastern Cape homes in Lower Cala village and on his farm in Khowa formely Elliot in an effort to clear his name. He has, however conceded that his three properties have CCTV security cameras installed by the Bosasa staff. "Agrizzi testified for nine days. It was not by accident. It was the reality that I never interacted with them. I'm not on the payroll of Bosasa. I was never on it's payroll, never in my life and that's why Agrizzi could
Former Bosassa COO Angelo Agrizzi's lawyers says that his client is in no condition to attend his corruption case due to ill health. The Johannesburg specialised commercial crimes court head Agrizzi's bill has gone over to R 3 million. His. Co-accused and former ANC MP Vincent Smith appeared in the dock briefly Friday.
Gwede Mantashe reveals he was pampered by Bosasa to the Zondo Commission As the Zondo Commission runs the rivers dry some fishes are already popping out in fear of what may be captured along the investigations Mantashe has appeared to share a testimony of Friday regarding security updates to where he lives
Former Bosasa Chief Operating Officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi told the National Capture Committee that he has changed and is no longer a blatant racist. Agrizzi was about to appear before the committee on the afternoon of Thursday, June 24, 2021 and was questioned by businessman Kevin Wakeford.
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi has confirmed that he is now a changed men, he is no longer a racist , there is no longer a racist thing on his mind he was saying so during testify on Zondo Commission on Thursday afternoon. Angelo Agrizzi appeared before Zondo Commission to be cross-examined by businessman Kevin Wakeford who is said to benefited to some of the Bosasa dealings .During his testify Agrizzi refused to answer when Willies said he wants no or yes answer he say you can't ask people yes or no.
Previous African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has told the State Capture Commission, that gauges by Bosasa's previous Bosasa boss activities official (CEO) Angelo Agrizzi and friends representative Richard Le Roux of the expense of camera establishments on his properties, are opposing and dubious. Agrizzi and Le Roux prior affirmed
eNCA reporter Manqoba Mchunu has more #eNCA The fraud and corruption cases of Vincent Smith and Angelo Agrizzi have been postponed to the twenty eighth of september It has been decided that the two will face trial separately. This comes after an application by the MPA directorate. Agrizzi has not made physical appearance in court for a while citing ill health.
Source: IOL Previous Bosasa supervisor Angelo Agrizzi is not, at this factor a bigot. That is the component that he instructed the Zondo commission at the same time as being interviewed by way of finance supervisor Kevin Wakeford's lawful agent on Thursday nighttime. Agrizzi instructed the fee that he became painted as a bigot while he became at Bosasa and surrendered that he currently affirmed that he in fact turned into a bigot.
In an interview with the State Capture Commission, Angelo Agrizzi, a former Bosasa Chief Operations Officer (COO), stated that he has changed and that he is no longer an unapologetically racist individual. In a virtual hearing held on Thursday afternoon, June 24, 2021, Agrizzi appeared before the commission and was cross-examined by businessman Kevin Wakeford.