LIVESTREAM: Agrizzi to conclude his testimony at state capture inquiry

The commission of inquiry into state capture — chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo — continues on Monday at 10am.

Former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi is expected to conclude his testimony on Tuesday, as the hearing of his evidence enters its ninth day.

On Monday, Agrizzi recounted his last years at Bosasa and the attempts by its chief operating officer Gavin Watson to coerce him into silence.

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