Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will this morning continue hearing evidence regarding state capture at state-owned power utility Eskom.
Eskom employees Gert Opperman and Johan Bester are expected to stand.
On Monday, the commission entered its second week of probing the power utility and deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, who chairs the inquiry, heard from several Eskom witnesses.
So far the commission has dealt with the controversial Huarong deal and Eskom's involvement in coal mining with the Gupta family's Tegeta company.
On Wednesday, Snehal Nagar, an Eskom employee for its primary division, told the commission that he was asked to sign off on a memo which would drastically reduce the fine imposed on Tegeta owned Optimum Coal Mine for poor coal quality.