The Northern Cape Education Department says it is willing to cooperate with the Zondo commission after being implicated in testimony at the state capture commission.
Former Bosasa COO, Angelo Agrizzi, accused the Department of engaging in bribery during his testimony at the inquiry last month.
Agrizzi alleged that Bosasa paid an employee in the department a R1.2 million bribe in order to secure a tender worth 10 million. It is believed the tender was for installation of CCTV and access control systems upgrades at the Department’s building in Kimberley.
Spokesperson Lehuma Ntuane said they will cooperate if called upon.
“The Zondo Commission was duly appointed to investigate state capture and if we are called upon, we will cooperate.”