The Zondo commission on state hijacking resumes its operations on Monday after the commission’s hearings earlier this year were hindered by the introduction of the complete seclusion.
Zondo Commission spokesman Mbuyiselo Stemela said in a statement that the commission will continue its operations on Monday at about 10am when it will hear evidence of alleged corruption at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).
According to the statement, Popo Molefe, former chairman of the Prasa Council, and Martha Ngoye, head of Prasa’s legal department, are expected to testify before the commission next week.
A real estate agent and a lawyer will also be called as witnesses, Stemela said.
“We would like him to give evidence before the commission,” Zondo said earlier this month.