Whistleblower Angelo Agrizzi talks about the Bosasa ‘cult’ and why he doesn’t see himself as a crook or a hero

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Angelo Agrizzi, former COO of Bosasa, says he’s plagued by poor health. (PHOTO: Lubabalo Lesolle)
Angelo Agrizzi, former COO of Bosasa, says he’s plagued by poor health. (PHOTO: Lubabalo Lesolle)

As we enter his elegant double-storey home, he comes shuffling towards us clutching a walking frame and with an oxygen tube in his nostrils. 

It’s hard to believe this is the Angelo Agrizzi whose testimony at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture dominated headlines for weeks in 2019. 

Angelo (54) fingered several high-profile politicians, causing shockwaves in political and legal circles.

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