JOHANNESBURG - The ANC, led by its chairperson Gwede Mantashe, will on Tuesday give evidence at the state capture commission of inquiry led by deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Head of ANC presidency Zizi Kodwa said his party's testimony will be presented in two phases, first by Mantashe and then by President Cyril Ramaphosa at a later stage.
"We met with the evidence leaders this morning [Friday]. We are ready for Tuesday, we will not run away from our responsibilities as the governing party. The second part of our submissions will be led by our president, who would have have heard all the evidence that is still going to come," he told reporters on the sidelines of the commission in Parktown, Johannesburg on Friday.
The inquiry has heard evidence from witnesses who put the fugitive Gupta family and their associates, former president Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane at the centre of the state capture scandal.
The Gupta family made R6 billion through questionable State contracts and had planned to increase the rake-in to R8-billion, by laying the ground for more contracts by trying to capture National Treasury and have direct access to the public purse.