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Former Bosasa COO Agrizzi’s Corruption Case Moved to Pretoria High Court

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Angelo Agrizzi

Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi

The ongoing investigation into the allegations of corruption against former Bosasa Chief Operations Officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi has entered a new phase, as the case has been officially transferred to the Pretoria High Court. This legal progression comes as part of a more extensive inquiry into Agrizzi’s role in financial misconduct and corruption.

Angelo Agrizzi has been embroiled in a legal battle since being implicated in acts of corruption, reportedly involving paying bribes to influential individuals, including former Member of Parliament (MP) Vincent Smith. The alleged purpose behind these gratifications was to earn protection for Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, from official scrutiny and legal consequences.

An NPA spokesperson detailed the charges and process: “Agrizzi was initially arrested in October 2020 for having allegedly offered former Parliamentarian Vincent Smith gratification to the value of over R800 000. He is the only accused in the matter as the case was separated from his co-accused Vincent smith in July 2021.”

The NPA also revealed that Agrizzi is facing more than this high-profile case. “Agrizzi currently faces two cases brought against him by the Investigating Directorate. His mental assessment report from Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital is also expected to be submitted to the court on 29 February 2024, in his separate R1.8 billion Bosasa and Department of Correctional Services matter,” they added.

Angelo Agrizzi
Angelo Agrizzi


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