She said before coming to court, Agrizzi’s legal team had advised he was willing to do the examination.
Smith also appeared before the court, which was sitting in an outside corridor as courtrooms were dark due to a power outage in the court building.
His case was postponed until January 21 because additional paginations of the docket needed to be concluded and provided to the accused.
“The final indictment has already been provided to him. All pretrial matters have been done. The final indictment has added tax fraud charges that we have been saying were looming for a time which amount to about R28m of undisclosed tax amounts to the tax collector.”
Smith and Agrizzi have been charged with corruption.
The ID said the charges stem from Bosasa through Agrizzi allegedly offering Smith gratifications in the form of security upgrades to his Gauteng home and Smith’s acceptance of cash transferred into his personal bank account via the bank account of his company, Euro Blitz.
Seboka said Smith’s additional charges are fraud, money laundering and tax fraud.