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Surviving The Beast

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On the 14th October 2020, Angelo Agrizzi, one of South Africa's foremost whistleblowers, leaves home at 6am to attend a routine bail court hearing at the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court. After being informed first to meet at the Brackendowns Police Station, he finds himself locked up in a military tank, , Read More
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ISBN: 9780620947572

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Surviving The Beast

On the 14th October 2020, Angelo Agrizzi, one of South Africa's foremost whistleblowers, leaves home at 6am to attend a routine bail court hearing at the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court. After being informed first to meet at the Brackendowns Police Station, he finds himself locked up in a military tank, under special forces guard, accompanied to court by a massive convoy of blue light brigades. He is told that this is for his own "protection". Agrizzi is at first unperturbed - he's far more excited at the prospect that his explosive Bosasa tell-all memoir, Inside the Belly of the Beast will be going to print by lunch time. In a sinister turn of events, the court denies him bail on the unfounded basis that he poses a flight risk. Agrizzi is ferried off to notorious Sun City, Johannesburg Central prison. On hearing the judgement broadcast across the media, his publishing house inexplicably pulls the book. And so as the wheels of (in)justice start turning, the printing press grinds to a halt. That night, alone in his prison cell, now in the very clutches of those he exposed at Zondo, an attempt is made on Agrizzi's life. Surviving the Beast exposes dirty tricks, corruption, boardroom assassinations, lies, deceit and cover-ups. There are murders and the swopping of bodies. It is also a compelling memoir of one man's victory over death. In this sequel to his bestseller, Inside the Belly of the Beast - The Real Bosasa Story, Agrizzi's new book explores, in bone-chilling detail, the failings of the Commission of State Capture and why so many big fish still swim free. Substantiated by irrefutable proof, medical records and key witness statements, Surviving the Beast uncovers what really happens to those who expose the powerful and corrupted.