When he first appeared before the commission in January, he said the monthly payments continued for almost a decade and that Bosasa footed the bill for other "ridiculous requests" like Mokonyane's Christmas shopping, rallies for the ANC, food for party events, routine maintenance to her home, and rental cars for her daughter.
This time, Agrizzi recalled two occasions when he allegedly saw Mokonyane taking the cash.
The first was at a venue in Bryanston.
"We sat in a lounge, on the right hand side there was a massive dining hall or conference room. She was sitting at the head of the table ... We had a meeting, we discussed everything, it went on until late at night ... [Watson] then left the bag on the chair next to her. That I can attest to," he said.
The second instance was at her Krugersdorp home.
"I can recollect the house and I can recollect that there was a meeting we were going to attend … The money was packed the day before, it was packed by Watson."