Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will on Thursday morning hear evidence from a director at Neo Solutions Vivien Natasen.
On Wednesday the commission wrapped up hearing evidence from former Free State MEC for economic development Mxolisi Dukwana.
Dukwana accused former Free State premier Ace Magashule of corruption and labelled him as a “blesser” who sourced funds for his associates from a businessman who was awarded a multi-million rand asbestos contract by the Free State department of human settlements.
Dukwana revealed in detail about what he described as the “asbestos heist”.
The Free State department of human settlements had in 2014 awarded a controversial contract for the auditing of houses that were built with asbestos in the province. The contract was awarded to Diamond Hill, a company owned by businessman Ignatius Mpambani, and Blackhead Consulting, as a joint venture.