Former Bosasa Executive Angelo Agrizzi at the State Capture Inquiry, which was halted due to security concerns.
Former Bosasa Executive Angelo Agrizzi at the State Capture Inquiry.

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has been forced to stop proceedings at the state capture commission on Thursday afternoon owing to security concerns around Angelo Agrizzi.

The former Bosasa executive raised security issues on Thursday morning, revealing that he spotted a former police officer who worked with him at the facilities company inside the premises of the commission with an expired police badge.

The commission was meant to resume at 2pm after lunch.

Earlier, Agrizzi played a video which shows the company’s chief financial officer removing a stash of money from one of the vaults and taking it to the company’s CEO Gavin Watson’s office to be distributed.

EWN