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JOHANNESBURG - The State Capture Inquiry continues on Wednesday.
The Commission's legal team led by Advocate Vincent Malek SC will put on record Eskom related documents.
There will be no witnesses testifying.
On Tuesday, the inquiry heard from National Treasury Economist Catherine MacLeod.
She said Nenegate and other state capture events had an ongoing negative impact on the fiscus.
The Department of Public Enterprises last week said Eskom is technically insolvent and will cease to exist at the current trajectory by April 2019.
In his State of the Nation Address last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced plans to split the struggling power utility into three entities.
Debt at the power utility which stood at R380-billion at the beginning of last year has since ballooned to over R419-billion.