Former president Jacob Zuma will resume his testimony at the State Capture Inquiry after proceedings were adjourned early on Wednesday. Zuma's lawyers weren't happy about the line of questioning by evidence leader advocate Paul Pretorius.
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JOHANNESBURG - The hearings of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, Corruption and Fraud in the Public Sector including Organs of State will resume on Friday.
Former President Jacob Zuma will resume his testimony.
Proceedings were adjourned on Wednesday after he complained the commission was biased against him.
After just two-and-a-half days on the stand, Zuma and his legal team cried foul.
Zuma complained of unfair "interrogation" as he was quizzed over the appointment of a high-ranking official he allegedly imposed on a state-owned company.
The former president dropped big names and made claims during his appearance on the first day.
Zuma has also told the commission about threats to his life.