Johannesburg - The state capture inquiry resumes on Monday morning with Eskom board chairman Jabu Mabuza continuing with his testimony.
Mabuza began giving testifying last week Friday and told the inquiry that when the new board took over in January 2018 Eskom was the theatre where state capture took place.
He said the power utility had millions in irregular expenditure.
The board chair also spoke about the charges that were laid against former Eskom executives that the company believed should be held accountable. Charges have been laid with the Hawks and civil claims will be laid regarding the controversial Gupta linked Tegeta coal deal.
Mabuza explained why certain members of the executive were charged through disciplinary hearings. He said Sean Maritz who served as the interim CEO and chief information officer had been charged with signing payment to a Chinese company days before the new Eskom CEO and the new board were to take over. January 2018.