Johannesburg - The commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture continues on Friday with further testimony from Thobane Mnyandu, a director at MNS Attorneys.
The company investigated claims of fraud and irregularities by Transnet's former board and produced six reports, according to the SABC.
News24 reported that Mnyandu was testifying on Thursday about MNS Attorneys's probe of R1.25bn in relocation costs billed to Transnet .
On Wednesday the commission heard that a company linked to Gupta associate Iqbal Sharma’s business partner scored a R3.1billion share of a lucrative deal to supply Transnet with electric locomotives.
Sharma has been accused of using his position on the Transnet board to ensure that China South Rail was awarded the bulk of the R54.5billion contract to supply electric and diesel locomotives.