Former BOSASA Chief Operations Officer, Angelo Agrizzi, is expected to eloborate on his evidence on how BOSASA spent almost R6 million a month in paying bribes. Agrizzi will resume testifying before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg on Thursday morning.

He volunteered to give evidence to the commission where he is expected to implicate himself and 38 high ranking government officials. He will reveal to the commission some of his evidence, submitted with video clips, sound recordings and photos implicating various high ranking government officials.

He has since told the commission that former South African Airways (SAA) board chairperson Dudu Myeni previously shared confidential information with him about an National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) investigation into BOSASA.

Chairperson for the commission, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says all implicated persons will be dealt with in a fair manner and will be given an opportunity to apply for leave to cross examine.

Agrizzi worked at the controversial Facilities Management Company for almost 20 years.