Former SARS commissioner Tom Moyane goes after Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the state capture inquiry.
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JOHANNESBURG - Public Enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan's legal representative, Advocate Michelle Leroux, says Tom Moyane cannot use the state capture inquiry to rehabilitate his reputation.
She told the inquiry that Gordhan has nothing to hide and is willing to assist the commission.
Advocate Dali Mpofu, however, argued that the findings of the Nugent commission shouldn't influence the state capture inquiry in any way.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has reserved judgment on Moyane's application to cross-examine Gordhan.
Meanwhile, Former MP Hlengiwe Mgabadeli also testified.
She said she didn't know about the controvesial Gupta brothers.
Mgabadeli said she doesn't recall Vytjie Mentor telling her about a ministerial job offer from the Guptas.
Mentor, a former ANC MP, has said she may have told Mgabadeli about her meeting with the Guptas.
On Tuesday, Standard Bank's Ian Sinton returned to the stand.
He testified Standard Bank cut off McKinsey in 2017, after an exposé on its work with Regiments.
The commission has cold, hard evidence of suspected money laundering.
The consulting firm has issued a statement supporting the inquiry's work but it has yet to set a date by which it will table submissions on its work with Regiments Capital.
Sinton supplied bank statements for shell companies linked to those close to the Guptas.
Sinton's testified so-called Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa received handsome finder's fees.
The firm's replied to the allegations with a statement referring to "Regiments' shifting story to minimise scrutiny of their conduct."
McKinsey has committed to putting up a version in time.