Former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi is back in front of the Zondo Commission after spelling out numerous people’s offenses during his testimony.
The Zondo Commission, which costs the country millions of rand from the state treasury, has been running for months longer than initially approved, and will, according to informed sources, continue its investigation for a long time.
Angelo Agrizzi, who initially testified about State hijacking and allegations of corruption, bribery and tender fraud, still has the fall ax above his head and will be subject to cross-examination.
Legal representatives from various people and institutions are likely to take part in the process of pushing the former chief with cross-examination into a corner.
Kevin Wakefield is the first person to face the accusation of receiving bribes of R100,000 a month.