Johannesburg - Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi testified on Thursday at the Zondo commission on how Bosasa bribed government officials, but he also placed the ANC at the centre revealing how the facilities management company bankrolled its top six.
Agrizzi also revealed how Bosasa funded the ANC's various election rallies and even built a war-room, which included a call centre, for the party for two of its election campaigns in 2014 and 2016.
The former Bosasa official now turned whistleblower, raised eyebrows when he mentioned that the ANC top six officials received R12 million donation. It prompted commission chair deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo to ask him to provide proof.
Agrizzi said as far as he knew the R12 million was paid to the officials. When probed on dates, he was unable to provide the exact date when the money was donated.
The commission also heard how Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane received R50 000 from Bosasa.