‘Shameless corruption’ – Bosasa’s way of doing business with the state

Facilities company Bosasa used corruption as its “way of doing business” with government departments and state entities, bribing its way into securing lucrative tenders at inflated prices through a network of politicians and government officials.

The company bribed politicians, government officials, former president Jacob Zuma and others “extensively” and its officials and directors, including the late Gavin Watson, “simply had no shame in engaging in acts of corruption”, according to the latest report from the commission of inquiry into state capture chaired by Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.

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