FORMER Public Enterprises minister Barbara Hogan in the hot seat
at the State Capture Inquiry.
Hogan is expected to share the events that led up to her dismissal.
She is one of the high profile people will appear before the
Former president Jacob Zuma, replaced Hogan with Malusi Gigaba in 2010.
The former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene told the commission that
he believed that he was recalled by former president Jacob Zuma because he
refused to toe the line on certain projects.
The Commission will also hear the testimony of the current
Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordan on Friday.
“The legal team is in the process of identifying and consulting
with another witness whom will be called to appear before the Commission over
the next few weeks,” the commission said.
The commission’s chair and deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo has
been making an impassioned plea to cabinet ministers, deputy ministers, members
of Parliament and senior government officials to come forward and testify in
the commission as it is important for the nation to get to the bottom of the
The commission is investigating allegations of State Capture,
corruption and fraud in the public sector, including organs of State.