DURBAN - DA leader Mmusi Maimane, said on Wednesday that those who are implicated in alleged corruption with Bosasa Operations should be prosecuted and put in prison.
This as former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi continued testifying at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into allegations of State capture.
During his six days of testimony, Agrizzi has implicated senior members of the ruling party the African National Congress (ANC), government officials, members of Parliament and trade union leaders in taking bribes from Bosasa chief executive Gavin Watson in exchange for awarding tenders worth billions of rand to his group of companies.
"Over the past few days, testimony before the Zondo Commission has given us an intimate account of ANC-style corruption as it relates to the embattled facilities company, Bosasa," Maimane said.
"These revelations have shattered the well-peddled myth that corruption in the ANC was simply a feature of Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family. A system of corruption that builds a wall between insiders and outsiders is alive and well within the ANC."