Homes: Nomvula Mokonyane versus Gwede Mantashe - see the pictures of SA politicians homes
By Momo_Nono | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 23554 views
Mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe has denied claims that he benefited from Bosasa in the form of bribery to install security cameras at his Boksburg home on the East Rand.
Mantashe was fingered to have allegedly benefitted from R300,000 to upgrade security at his three homes - one in Johannesburg and two in the Eastern Cape, in a form of CCTV installation and electric fencing at his properties.
"This is my house that is half-built, not sponsored by Bosasa". Said Mantashe.
During an interview with eNCA, Bosasa executive director Papa Leshabane seemingly confirmed that Mantashe had personally called him to have the installations done at his homes.
The state capture inquiry last year 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.
Agrizzi testified that while he was at Bosasa a number of people were given monthly payments by Bosasa and named Nomvula Mokonyane as one of them. Agrizzi and former Bosasa employee Richard le Roux testified that Bosasa installed CCTV cameras and other security equipment at the homes of certain people, including Nomvula Mokonyane and Gwede Mantashe.
Source : Times Live.
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