Wednesday, 09 October 2019 11:34

Kevin Wakeford's cross-examination of former Bosasa officials Angelo Agrizzi and Frans Vorster at the state capture inquiry has been postponed.

The postponement relates to information contained in files held by curators of the controversial facilities management company which has not been made available to the commission to date.

Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo granted Wakeford leave to cross-examine Agrizzi and Vorster on October 7.

The commission's Advocate Paul Pretorius said that lawyers representing Agrizzi and Vorster have argued for the postponement of their examination due to "factual matters" contained in Bosasa's records have not been made available to the commission.

Zondo has postponed the matter in the interest of fairness and the date is yet to be decided.