Minister Maite Nkoana Mashabane will appear before the State Capture Inquiry today. She's minister in the presidency for Women, youth and persons with disabilities but previously served as international relations minister.
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JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry will resume on Thursday.
The inquiry will hear Waterkloof landing related testimony of former Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.
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Nkoana-Mashabane was the minister of international relations at the time when a Gupta plane landed in 2013 at the Waterkloof airbase.
The A330 touched down at Waterkloof Air Force Base, ferrying guests destined for the Sun City wedding of Vega Gupta.
The Gupta family said in a statement released in 2013 that Waterkloof Air Force Base was used with full permission of the authorities.
A report released in 2013 said former president Jacob Zuma and his Cabinet had no involvement in the landing.