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The National Prosecuting Authority's Investigating Directorate (ID) has been conceded a controlling request in the Gauteng High Court to hold onto R46 million worth of resources having a place with the previous parliamentarian, Vincent Smith, his completely possessed organization Euro Blitz 48 (Pty) Ltd and his family trust.
Johannesburg - More burdens are stacking up for ANC part and previous MP Vincent Smith as more charges are set to be added on top of the debasement accusations he as of now faces. The Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court on Wednesday deferred the matter including Smith and previous Bosasa Chief Operations Officer Angelo Agrizzi to September 28.
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.
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.
The National Prosecuting Authority's Investigating Directorate (ID) has been allowed a limiting request in the Gauteng High Court to hold onto R46 million worth of resources having a place with the previous parliamentarian, Vincent Smith, his completely claimed organization Euro Blitz 48 (Pty) Ltd, and his family trust.
CAPE TOWN - Former African National Congress (ANC) MP Vincent Smith deals with more indictments connected to supposed dodgy arrangements with Bosasa. Sadly On Thursday, court procedures against Smith and previous Bosasa boss activities official, Angelo Agrizzi, were deferred to September. The two have been accused of debasement, while Smith deals with extra indictments of extortion.
Angelo Agrizzi said he is no longer a racist. Apparently that is all it takes fellow South Africans.
"I am no longer a racist", that is what Angelo Agrizzi said at the commission of enquiry. Can it really be that simple. Should we just take his word for it. Can people just flip a switch and then they are no longer racist.
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
CAPE TOWN - Ex-African National Congress (ANC) individual from Parliament Vincent Smith and previous Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi are normal back in court on Thursday on debasement allegations. They're expected to show up in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court. Smith supposedly gotten cash through his organization Euroblitz 48 adding up to R800,000.
"I Don't Regret and I am Not Guilty of Any Wrongdoing," Thabang Makwetla Drops Terrifying Bombshell.
Previous appointee Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Thabang Makwetla says it has "tormented" him that he was showing up before a request that is testing state catch, debasement, and extortion due to previous Bosasa worker Richard le Roux. Makwetla showed up before the commission on Monday to be reconsidered by his legitimate agent.
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.
Johannesburg - More misfortunes are stacking up for the ANC part and previous MP Vincent Smith as more charges are set to be added on top of the defilement allegations he as of now faces. The Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court on Wednesday delayed the matter including Smith and previous Bosasa Chief Operations Officer Angelo Agrizzi to September 28.
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.
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.
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.
Photo credits: Twitter There are so far , so many people who have availed themselves on the state capture inquiry for many different reasons which are implicating them. Usually many just went there to mention different things which they know and accuse people for many different things. Now the time has arrived for cross examination.
Bosasa was suspected of corruption in getting government contracts from the Department of Correction
Thabang Makwetla, the former deputy minister of justice and correctional services, has questioned why he was implicated in the Zondo committee, claiming he had no role in state capture. Makwetla made his debut on Monday. Former Bosasa employee Richard Le Roux's testimony in 2019 revealed his name.
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.