Mentor questions Zondo Commission's 'fairness'

Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has told the Zondo commission that she feels her evidence has been treated differently ever since taking the stand in August last year. Courtesy #Dstv403

JOHANNESBURG - Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has told the Zondo commission that she feels her evidence has been treated differently ever since taking the stand in August last year.

The commission has questioned the accuracy of some of Mentor's testimony. 

Mentor was back on the stand at the state capture inquiry on Tuesday.

The lawyers of Duduzane Zuma and Fana Hlongwane cross-examined Mentor.

Mentor, who previously appeared at the commission testified that she refused a ministerial position offered to her by the Guptas.

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She was the first politician to detail the family’s attempts to fill Cabinet posts.

Mentor said she was offered the position of Public Enterprises Minister.