Here are some headlines in your City Press this week:
Who Agrizzi could name next
A trove of documents obtained by City Press includes the names that ex-Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi could drop at the state capture inquiry next week, according to a list he compiled.
The affidavits, voice recordings and documents reveal the threats against the man who refused to take the fall on his own for massive corruption at the security services company.
We also look at who Bosasa’s owners, the Watson brothers, are.
The dark side of Pitch Black
Fellow artists and sources close to rapper Pitch Black Afro – accused of murdering his wife in a bed-and-breakfast in Johannesburg – have revealed claims of a history of drinking and fighting between the couple, as well as violent outbursts from the Matofotofo hitmaker, especially when he was “drunk and high”.
We also reveal his version of what he claims happened to his wife.
ANC joins migration bandwagon
The ANC will take up the issue of undocumented migration in this year’s election.
The party plans to take a stronger stance against undocumented foreign nationals by arguing that they are a concern among voters, despite having previously denounced Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba as populist and xenophobic for doing the same.
Ipid investigates Cyril’s bodyguards
The shells of at least 42 bullets were retrieved from the scene of a shootout at Ansteys Beach in Durban between military members of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s protection unit and a group of revellers celebrating a birthday, among them a policeman.
Four were wounded and the Independent Police Investigative Unit is probing the matter.
Gupta TV building stripped
Something strange is happening at the building that once housed the defunct ANN7 news channel and The New Age newspaper.
Every bit of valuable material is being stripped from it, much to the ire of the building’s new owner.
We reveal who is being accused of doing the stripping…
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