Johannesburg - Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, on Wednesday appeared before the state capture inquiry to raise a grievance regarding the postponement of Mcebisi Jonas's testimony.
Jonas, the former deputy finance minister, brought an application to postpone his testimony and cross-examination on Tuesday as he was working abroad as President Cyril Ramaphosa's envoy.
Zondo, in granting the postponement, implored witnesses required to appear before the commission
"While one appreciates that people have lives to run... one must balance that against the challenge that would arise if the commission would in any way run on the basis that every witness must appear on a date that suits him or her."
Zuma's legal representative Advocate Piet Louw, said while they were unable to halt the granting of the postponement, they wished to raise a grievance.