The Commission of Inquiry into state capture is expecting its first witness, treasury official Willie Mathebula, to testify.
The inquiry, chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, kicked off on Monday (20/8).
The purpose of the inquiry is to investigate allegations that former president Jacob Zuma used his position of power to make influencing decisions to enrich himself and his associates, the Gupta family.
Mathebula, who was appointed acting chief of procurement by then-finance minister Malusi Gigaba last September, is expected to give details of his division’s rules at National Treasury.
The commission is expecting to hear testimonies from different witnesses who spoke out against corruption over the next few weeks.
Former president Zuma is also expected to testify.
Yesterday, Zondo urged the public to come forth with information that could assist the commission’s processes.