Agrizzi: ‘Patrick Gillingham of correctional services received R47k pm’

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Agrizzi: 'Patrick Gillingham of correctional services received R47k pm'
Agrizzi: 'Patrick Gillingham of correctional services received R47k pm'

The National Prosecuting Authority has announced that the investigation into bribery and corruption between Bosasa and Correctional Services has been completed.

At the commission on State Capture, Angelo Agrizzi, the former chief operating manager of Bosasa, testified that Patrick Gillingham of Correctional Services received a monthly R47,000 from Bosasa.

With his service ending he received a further R110,000. And the former correctional head Linda Mti was, amongst others, was bribed by Bosasa to obtain tenders.

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