Bosasa is said to have given R300 000 to the Jacob Zuma Foundation every month and footed the bill for lavish parties for the former president
Bosasa is said to have lavished former minister Nomvula Mokonyane with cash, groceries and expensive gifts for several years
Former Bosasa COO and whistleblower Angelo Agrizzi has been ill since October 2020 and was not attending court proceedings
The State has called for an independent medical report on the health condition of the more than R800 000 fraud accused, BOSASA former Chief Operations Officer, Angelo Agrizzi, who has skipped court for the past nine months due to ill health. Investigating Directorate spokesperson, Sindisiwe Seboka, said Agrizzi’ s more than R800 000 fraud case […]
Angelo Agrizzi’s follow-up memoir, ‘Surviving The Beast’, which will be released tomorrow, uncovers what really happens to those who expose the powerful and corrupt.
Former BOSASA boss Angelo Agrizzi’s doctor will be called to testify regarding his fitness to stand trial to face corruption charges.
Bosasa paid R500 000 towards President Cyril Ramaphosa’s CR17 campaign, which formed part of a legal battle with the public protector
President Cyril Ramaphosa appeared before the State Capture Inquiry and addressed the issue of ‘tainted funding’ made to the ANC.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe is one of several people who are accused of accepting bribes from Bosasa
Angelo Agrizzi is a “very ill” man the specialised commercial crimes court heard on Tuesday of former CEO of state capture accused Bosasa
Former ANC MP, Vincent Smith, is expected to appear in the Palm Ridge Specialised Crimes Court with the boss of state capture accused Bosasa
Former MP Vincent Smith has been handed a copy of a restraint order directing him to hand over control of his assets to a court-appointed curator.
The state has alleged that the pair acted in common purpose to facilitate a R180 000 bribe to a Department of Correctional Services official, Patrick Gillingham, who sat on the tender bid adjudication committee.
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi who was supposed to be in the dock on Thursday, 03 December 2020, but was not present due to illness
Former ANC MP Vincent Smith and Bosasa’s former Chief Operations Officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi were arrested not too long after Smith appeared before the State Capture Commission and admitted to receiving money from the company
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi was not present during court proceedings as he is under police guard in hospital
Shortly after Angelo Agrizzi’s lawyer said his client’s condition was not improving, he suffered a heart attack.
Although former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi has tested negative for COVID-19, he is still battling a respiratory condition.
The Bosasa bubble has burst: Angelo Agrizzi is heading for jail on Wednesday – here’s why the courts have rejected his bail application.
Vincent Smith and Angelo Agrizzi face a number of charges in relation to dirty dealings at the now disgraced company, Bosasa
Angelo Agrizzi will face a new court battle later this month, after he was named as ‘Accused 3’ during this week’s Bosasa arrests. Here’s what his rap sheet says.
ANC member and former MP Vincent Smith, appeared in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court on Thursday morning on charges of corruption.
While Vincent Smith has admitted to receiving nearly R700 000 from former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi, he insists it was for a loan
Vincent Smith, who served as Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Correctional Services, is set to testify to allegations he received bribes from Bosasa