WATCH: Jonas explains death threats, distrust in police

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JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry has wrapped up for the week.

Earlier, former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas was under cross-examination.

Duzuzane Zuma's lawyer Advocate Piet Louw questioned Jonas.

The former deputy minister says he didn't lay a charge when he received death threats because he did not trust law enforcement agencies.

“The situation at the time was very hostile, it was so hostile you hardly even trust the police. I didn't trust the police, I didn't trust the Hawks,” he said.

Jonas previously made shocking allegations against one of the Gupta brothers.

He said the brother threatened him.

WATCH: Nene explains why he resigned

He claimed the Gupta family offered him R600-million and the position as finance minister.

On Thursday, former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene returned to the inquiry and explained why he resigned.

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He told the commission that it would've been inappropriate to remain finance minister after his lies about the Gupta meetings came to light.

Nene returned to the state capture inquiry to complete his testimony.