Richard le Roux, who is currently employed by Global Technology Systems (SOP), has been referred to by the Commission for Environmental Affairs and Nominating Mokonyane as the highest priority.
Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Thabang Makwetla, South African Airways Chairperson Dudu Myeni, Correctional Services Commissioner Linda Mti, MP Vincent Smith and Pretoria Chief Judge Desmond Nair all allegedly benefitted.
Evidence leader Refilwe Molefe: "In respect of whose property was this special project undertaken?"
Roux: "The three properties belonged to Gwede Mantshe."
Molefe: "How do you know these properties belong to Mr. Gwede Mantashe?"
Roux: "Because it was said to me by Papa Leshabane one of the directors at African Global (formerly Bosasa)."
The Rough told the commission that the Habib was instructed to install upgrades at Mantashe's Boksburg, Elliot and Cala Homes in the Eastern Cape at the cost of R350,000.
He said similar upgrades, which cost R250,000, were done at Myeni's Richard's Bay home following an earlier burglary.
Angelo Agrizzi, the Invoices, quotation, IP addresses of the properties and everything to do with the project would be given to an envelope We would open cash accounts and on the invoices were serial numbers instead of the names of the owner of the house. "
Similar upgrades were also done at Makwetla's home.
He was instructed by Bosasa Executive Trevor Manthenjwa to attend to Nair's Pretoria home in 2016.
"They had a project manager, and they had gone back to the same time, and I had to go out of their way. there and do another survey and I was questioned about Sondolo and I said I did not know what Sondolo was. "
He said they were finally managed to complete the upgrades at Nair's house at a cost of R200,000.
The Roux said several of these houses were maintained by Bosasa over the years.
In addition to the upgrades, he says he was also instructed by Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson to delete CCTV footage of government officials who frequented the company as VIP's and VVIP's.
He said on one occasion he was instructed to delete footage showing to form President Jacob Zuma, Myeni and Police Minister Bheki Cele.