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More heads will be on the block as Agrizzi's testimony continues - journo

21 January 2019 8:16 AM
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Commission of Inquiry
Judge Raymond Zondo
Angelo Agrizzi
Investigative journalist, Abram Mashego says Agrizzi's testimony is just the tip of a massive iceberg of corruption and collusion.

Former Bosasa executive, Angelo Agrizzi is expected to continue dropping bombshells at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.

Agrizzi has been making damning allegations which implicates some of the high profile politicians within the African National Congress with fraud and corruption.

An investigative journalist with City Press, Abram Mashego says Agrizzi's testimony is just the tip of a massive iceberg of corruption and collusion.

He says more and more names will be dropped this week. He mentioned Police Commissioner Bheki Cele as one of the names that could be dropped as well as a list of journalists.

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The list is long. We are talking about some people who were holding senior positions at the National Prosecuting Authority, some who were never tainted before.

Abram Mashego, Investigative journalist with City Press

If I were to mention some names you wouldn't even believe me, you would think I took something strong.

Abram Mashego, Investigative journalist with City Press

Do you remember when former president Jacob Zuma asked if are we sure whether we want this commission because some of you are going to regret it? I think that's what is going to happen.

Abram Mashego, Investigative journalist with City Press

Agrizzi is currently under police protection because there are concerns that there could be threats on his life.

To hear the rest of the conversation, listen below:


21 January 2019 8:16 AM
Tags:
Commission of Inquiry
Judge Raymond Zondo
Angelo Agrizzi

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