Johannesburg - Jacob Zuma's legal team says the appearance of the former president on Friday will depend on whether or not the commission of inquiry into state capture "sticks to the rules".
This after proceedings adjourned on a dramatic note on Wednesday after Zuma's legal team accused the commission in several instances of subjecting their client to cross-examination, which they had not applied to do.
Throughout the day, the former president and his legal team objected to some of the questions put to the former president, saying this process was "poor" and unfair.
His legal team has been making objections of this nature since Zuma first took to the stand on Monday.
Zuma's lawyer Dan Mantsha, speaking to the media following Wednesday's adjournment, again reiterated Zuma's stance.