Johannesburg - The hearings of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into allegations of state capture, corruption and fraud in the public sector including organs of state will resume on Wednesday.
The commission chaired by deputy chief justice, Raymond Zondo, said in a statement that it will continue to hear testimony of former chief financial officer of South African Airways, Phumeza Nhantsi.
The Commission will also hear aviation related testimony from Director of BNP Capital, Mr Daniel Mahlangu, Mr Nhlanhla Ngwenya and Arson Phiri.
On Tuesday Nhantsi, a chartered accountant, accused former chairwoman Dudu Myeni and her board of using her to enrich certain individuals, including politicians.
She was grilled on why she allowed SAA to conclude dubious lucrative deals, without proper processes and sometimes without any due diligence.