After the marathon testimonies delivered at the State Capture Inquiry by various Bosasa officials, it seems like the time for talk has concluded.
According to the Sunday Times SARS are now primed and ready to go after the illegal beneficiaries of the security services’ bribery operation, and Jacob Zuma could well be on their hitlist.
Earlier in the year, it was alleged that Msholozi accepted a R300 000 bribe from Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson. The accusation was made by Angelo Agrizzi, whose testimony to the commission sent shockwaves across the nation.
Jacob Zuma and Bosasa bribery
However, it’s not just this particular negotiation that has come under scrutiny. It’s understood the tax firm is looking to reclaim around R1 million from The Jacob Zuma Foundation – a charity organisation that the former president is patron of. Dudu Myeni, the chairperson of the fund, is also set to feel the heat.
Myeni was also impli