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LIVE: #StateCaptureInquiry continues with new witness evidence



2019-01-31 09:58

The State Investigation Commission on State Reception continues to testify from new witnesses, first of all, to Richard le Roux, who installed the security system at the ministerial home.

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ICYMI:

"I am not in court to be a celebrity" – President Mogoeng warns judges against their capture

South African Senior Judge – Chief Judge Mogoeng – has warned his colleagues that they can be admitted themselves, saying, "I'm not in court to be a celebrity."

Instead, he is "to make very unpopular decisions," and he has no criticism of his approach to the case, he said.

"I warn my colleagues in the judiciary to be careful if they are attracted by politicians, analysts or the media … If you are not careful as a judge and position yourself for praise, you will allow yourself to be perceived."

On Wednesday, he spoke at the executive bureau of the 10th Annual Conference on Constitutional Jurisdiction (CCJA) in Midrand.

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"I am not in court to be a celebrity" – President Mogoeng warns judges against their capture& nbsp;

South African Senior Judge – Chief Judge Mogoeng – has warned his colleagues that they can be admitted themselves, saying, "I'm not in court to be a celebrity."

Instead, he is "to make very unpopular decisions," and he has no criticism of his approach to the case, he said.

"I warn my colleagues in the judiciary to be careful if they are attracted by politicians, analysts or the media … If you are not careful as a judge and position yourself for praise, you will allow yourself to be perceived."

On Wednesday in Midrand, he spoke to the 10th Annual Conference of African Constitutional Jurisdictions (CCJA), which he chairs.

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ICYMI:

Gillingham to Bosasa Bosses: Mercedes Benz, please!

"Gavin called me and said," Frans, Patrick needs a new car. "

"Gavin called me and said," Franc, you better get Patrick, he needs a car for his wife. ""

"Gavin cried to me and said," Patrick needed a car for his son. "

One of the main men in Bossa, Frans Vorster, took a witness on Tuesday to the State Investigation Commission and immediately erased a deep Bosasa support for former correctional finance officers Patrick Gillingham.

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Gillingham to Bosasa Bosses: Mercedes Benz, please!& nbsp;

"Gavin called me and said," Frans, Patrick needs a new car. "

"Gavin called me and said," Franc, you better get Patrick, he needs a car for his wife. ""

"Gavin cried to me and said," Patrick needed a car for his son. "

One of the main men in Bossa, Frans Vorster, took a witness on Tuesday to a state investigation commission and immediately erased the deep end of Bosasa's support to former correctional finance officers Patrick Gillingham.

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ICYMI:

Disgusting speech: The Human Rights Commission takes Agrizz over the k-word

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) intends to accuse former Bosas boss Angelo Agrizzi after using the k-word entry played by the State Capture Investigation Commission.

Agrizzi closed his evidence on Tuesday. However, it was more than recording his racist burdens, not his testimony on the day it was focused. The record was made during a meeting at his Fourways home.

At this point, Agrizzi refers in several cases to the black directors of Boss as k *****.

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Disgusting speech: The Human Rights Commission takes Agrizz over the k-word& nbsp;

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) intends to accuse former Bosas boss Angelo Agrizzi after using the k-word entry played by the State Capture Investigation Commission.

Agrizzi closed his evidence on Tuesday. However, it was more than recording his racist burdens, not his testimony on the day it was focused. The record was made during a meeting at his Fourways home.

At this point, Agrizzi refers to the black directors of Boss as k ***** in many cases. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Agrizzi Bosasa Wing on Bribery, Demolition, and War Chests

The testimony of the second Bosasa witness, former financial director Andria van Tonder, was a short sprint compared to the evidence of Angelo Agrizzi's marathon.

Van Tonder, a man behind the camera, capturing images of Bosasa's executive director, counting R1m in cash, on Tuesday, left until noon on Wednesday.

Van Tonder's evidence lacks the Agrizzi ball, but it was very important to confirm Agrizzi's version of the event as far as Bosasa's crime culture is concerned.

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Agrizzi Bosasa Wing on Bribery, Demolition, and War Chests& nbsp;

The testimony of the second Bosasa witness, former financial director Andria van Tonder, was a short sprint compared to the evidence of Angelo Agrizzi's marathon.

Van Tonder, a man behind the camera, capturing images of Bosasa's executive director, counting R1m in cash, on Tuesday, left until noon on Wednesday.

Van Tonder's evidence is missing from Agrizzi's ball, but it was crucial to confirm Agrizzi's version of the event as far as Bosasa's crime culture is concerned. & Nbsp;

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ICYMI:

Agrizzi last day at the stand: racism and relief

The last day of the initial testimony of the former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist demonstration of witnesses from the State Detention Commission in horrific detail.

Agrizzi was secretly recorded during his meeting at his Fourways home, referring to black Bosasa directors as k ***** in many cases.

The Commission heard a short clip from Agrizzi, who speaks to the children and nephew of Boss's leader, Gavin Watson, Lindsay, Roth and Jarrod Watson, who have been on social media since September last year.

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Agrizzi last day at the stand: racism and relief& nbsp;

The last day of the initial testimony of former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist run-up of witnesses from a state arrest investigation commission in horrific detail. & Nbsp;

Agrizzi was secretly recorded at his Fourways home, referring to black Bosasa directors as k ***** in many cases. & Nbsp;

The Commission heard a short clip from Agrizzi, who speaks to the children and nephew of Boss's head, Gavin Watson, Lindsay, Roth and Jarrod Watson, who have spread in social media since September last year. & Nbsp;

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