Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will shift its focus to investigate state capture allegations at Transnet.
The commission will on Monday morning start hearing evidence related to the state-owned enterprise which has also been accused of being the centre of corrupt activity.
This is the second SOE to investigated following the commission hearing evidence related to Eskom.
Last week, Outa said it had submitted evidence to the commission regarding certain contracts that were issued by the entity.
The submissions detail suspicious Transnet contracts, including three dodgy locomotive transactions, and links a number of officials to corrupt activities.