Zondo Report: Bosasa’s bribes – who got what

By Michael Appel

The State Capture Inquiry found facilities management group Bosasa engaged in industrial-scale corruption, paying hordes of government and ANC heavyweights tens of millions in cash bribes over 16 years to keep the tenders flowing.

The third tranche of findings to come out of Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s report is divided into four volumes and deals exclusively with various aspects of Bosasa’s alleged criminality. In total, the third volume is close to a thousand pages, making it impossible to condense into one explainer piece.

In part 2 of this explainer series regarding Bosasa-related evidence, it’s all about who got what and the recommended actions they face.

Some of the implicated remain in office and in positions of power. The Bosasa group was awarded government tenders to the value of over R2.3bn between 2000 and 2016, and engaged in widespread bribery to ensure government’s tender stream remained constant.

If you missed part 1 of this explainer series regarding how Bosasa was able to generate the cash it needed to pay tens of millions in bribes click here.

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