Johannesburg - Former Free State MEC for economic development Mxolisi Dukwana has told the Zondo commission that little action has been taken by ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule to sue him on claims he made at the inquiry in April.
Dukwana, who made a second appearance at the inquiry on Tuesday, said following his appearance at the inquiry earlier this year he saw during an eNCA interview in April that Magashule had plans to take him to court.
Dukwana said he immediately instructed his lawyers to write to Magashule to show that he was ready to “face” him in court over allegations of corruption.
The former MEC said to date Magashule has not served him with legal papers and that he "stand(s) ready to face [Magashule] in any court”.
Dukwana made a string of allegations against Magashule claiming the former Free State premier introduced him to the Guptas.