Former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi Picture: Simphiwe Mbokazi / African News Agency (ANA)
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) calls on the government to act urgently on evidence provided by Angelo Agrizzi during his state capture testimony and urges other Bosasa whistle-blowers to come forward

The government must consider cancelling all existing contracts with Bosasa/African Global Operations and halt any new contracts that may have been heading their way.

In addition, OUTA asks the government to urgently investigate allegations of payments to ministers who have been implicated in the revelations by Agrizzi.

In our experience, there are few whistle-blowers who are truly altruistic or without fault themselves.

However, whistleblowers are imperative to unearthing the extent of state capture.

It is only through the bravery of those whistle-blowers who, in spite of their own personal shortcomings, make amends by coming forward that we get action.

We believe there are many other companies which survived or became extremely profitable on bribing government officials and call on whistle-blowers who are aware of this to come forward.

They can contact OUTA through the secure whistle-blower platform, or the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture directly, at