Johannesburg - Former Free State economic development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana has challenged ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule to act on his threats and take legal action against him for his testimony at the state capture inquiry.
Dukwana returned to the commission on Tuesday to continue giving evidence in which he implicates Magashule, ANC national executive committee member and former Cabinet minister Mosebenzi Zwane, Gupta associate Iqbal Sharma and Mangaung mayor Olly Mlamleli.
In total, Dukwana is expected to reveal information concerning 30 individuals and entities in his testimony.
In April, Dukwana indicated that Magashule intended to take him to court over his testimony but said to date, his attorneys have not received correspondence from Magashule where he wants him (Dukwana) to retract any part of his evidence.
Before Dukwana resumed his testimony, there were lengthy delays after lawyer Mike Hellens objected to Dukwana identifying one of his clients in his testimony. Hellens has previously appeared for the controversial Gupta family at the commission.