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Watson was ‘highly confident’ after praying for protection at tax probe

Nephew says the Bosasa boss was ‘buoyed’ by a staff prayer session the day before he was killed in a crash

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Bosasa boss Gavin Watson was “highly confident” ahead of  his tax inquiry testimony on Tuesday, bolstered by a staff meeting where they prayed for guidance and protection.

His nephew, Jared Watson, told Times Select Watson was set to meet a lawyer on Monday morning for the final preparations ahead of his appearance before the SA Revenue Service inquiry on Tuesday.

Watson died in a car crash in the precinct of OR Tambo International Airport at about 5am on Monday...

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