Johannesburg - Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's long-awaited testimony is set to be heard at the commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday,
Gordhan's evidence was initially set for last week Thursday but was moved to a new date after he applied for a postponement.
His sworn statement to the commission dated 11 November 2018 was leaked to media, prompting commission chairman, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to issue a statement of condemnation.
In the evidence, Gordhan detailed his encounter with the controversial Gupta family in his first term as finance minister between 2004 and 2009. He said he requested by Zuma to a meeting at the presidential guesthouse in Pretoria.
The former president introduced him to Ajay Gupta, whom he referred to as ''a friend''. Zuma told Gordhan that Gupta had expertise in small business and finance.
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