WATCH LIVE | #StateCaptureInquiry: Former Bosasa COO Agrizzi back on the stand

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Former Bosasa top boss Angelo Agrizzi. (Kyle Cowen/News24)
Former Bosasa top boss Angelo Agrizzi. (Kyle Cowen/News24)

The second day of testimony by former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi at the commission of inquiry into state capture is set to be far more explosive and damning for the ruling ANC party and his former colleagues. 

On Wednesday, Agrizzi took the stand, becoming the first witness to give evidence of grand corruption and an extensive network of bribes not linked to the Gupta family, but rather emanating from Krugersdorp-based company Bosasa.

LIVE: 'Every single contract was tainted with bribes' - Agrizzi testifies #StateCaptureInquiry

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