The African National Congress says it will not ask its members implicated in state capture to step down while the commission is still underway.
The facility and management company’s motivation for bribing Mokonyane was to receive more business from the African National Congress (ANC) and the state.
The South African Editors Forum (Sanef) has hit back at Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo, saying the regulations of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture criminalize journalism.
Environmental Minister, Nomvula Mokonyane, says in a lawyer’s letter she was not notified that she will be implicated by former Bosasa COO’s Angelo Agrizzi’s testimony.
The former Bosasa CEO, Angelo Agrizzi, has confirmed that the facilities and management company paid Minister Nomvula Mokonyane a monthly bribe of R50 000 over a number of years.