‘I did not personally benefit from Bosasa but the ANC did’ – Mokonyane

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Former environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane testifies at the Judicial Commission of Inquiry Into State Capture
Former environmental affairs minister Nomvula Mokonyane testifies at the Judicial Commission of Inquiry Into State Capture
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Former minister of water and environmental affairs Nomvula Mokonyane has vehemently denied allegations made by former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi during his testimony before the state capture commission in which he alleged that she personally benefited from Bosasa.

The facilities management company’s involvement in corruption allegations were exposed during the Zondo Commission of Inquiry.

Mokonyane – through the leeway given to her by her opening address, which she personally asked to give when she finally made her long-awaited appearance before the commission on Monday – rejected allegations that she received groceries and alcohol, and even had her child buried using funds made available from Bosasa.

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