A key man who met influential figures to fix tenders in favour of Bosasa, the COO swam in money.
A guilty conscience is what prompted former Bosasa (now African Global Operations) chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi to spill the beans on what he called “illegal activities” to obtain tenders from government and the private sector.
Three suspects were detained at Tembisa Police Station and are expected to appear in the Tembisa Magistrate’s Court soon for fraud and impersonating police.
Lawyers for the state capture commission said they had alerted those implicated in Angelo Agrizzi’s damning testimony to give them an opportunity to respond.
The men were accused by the community of a spate of criminal activities in the area.
The province is recovering from the worst drought in a century over the past three years, leading to political squabbling.
The new restriction comes as part of a roll-out of the new point-of-sale devices implemented at the stores to mitigate card fraud.
The ACC does not believe that the survey will be independent and credible, and have asked Mantashe to stop provoking the community.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande assures motorists they will not be penalised.
Coming to dining tables everywhere by 2050: porridge for breakfast, rice for lunch, a dinner of lentils and vegetables, and a single hamburger every few weeks, as a treat.
The artist was apparently inspired by the recent resurgence in interest for the track.
Applicants will learn Italian during their trip and also need to demonstrate their commitment to contribute to village life.
Not exercising can actually make your face age prematurely.