Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will on Monday morning continue hearing testimony on the corruption allegations linked to the failed Vrede dairy farm project.
Following a two-week break, the commission began hearing testimony linked to the project in July.
Agricultural economist David Andreas Maree will continue testifying on Monday.
The Vrede Dairy Farm project was established by the Free State government to help uplift underprivileged farmers in the area.
The project was allocated R220 million and only R2 million was spent on the farm. None of the people who were destined to benefit received anything from the project.
The tender for the project was awarded to a company called Estina, which had links to the controversial Gupta family. The company was awarded the tender even though it had no history of running similar projects.
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