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JOHANNESBURG - The inquiry into state capture has concluded.
This year's first witness was the former chief operating officer of Bosasa, Angelo Agrizzi.
He's believed to be involved in inducement, fraud, corruption and money laundering.
Duduzane Zuma's cross-examination of Vytjie Mentor and Mcebisi Jonas are also pending.
Jacob Zuma is yet to put forward his version of events, despite testimony about misconduct by him.
To date, hearings have been revealing cracks in Mentor's testimony.
It's also cost then-finance minister, Nhlanhla Nene his job.
That's after it emerged he'd met with the Guptas, contrary to what he'd said previously.
The State Capture Inquiry resumes on Wednesday.