Agrizzi: ‘Minister of environmental affairs was also paid R8 mill in bribes’

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Agrizzi: 'Minister of environmental affairs was also paid R8 mill in bribes'. Photo: Die Vryburger
Agrizzi: 'Minister of environmental affairs was also paid R8 mill in bribes'. Photo: Die Vryburger

Angelo Agrizzi continued to testify on 21 January 2019 on the massive scale of corruption committed by Bosasa.

He referred to the many parliamentarians who were reimbursed, but also emphasized on the Minister of Environmental Affairs, Nomvula Mokonyane, paid a generous bribe of R50,000 monthly.

The shocking thing is that the amount has been paid to the minister every month from the year 2002 until 2016.

This means that over R8 million was paid to the minister during the period.

Observers argue that the final amounts paid out by Bosasa to bribe money are considerably more than initially estimated.

Photo – Nomvula Mokonyane

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