WATCH: Hogan says Zuma screamed at her after Maroga was fired from Eskom

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JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry has been adjourned following a power outage.

The commission, taking place in Parktown heard more evidence from former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan.

Hogan has accused senior ANC officials of forcing appointments and blurring the lines between party and state.

She also testified about the role she says former President Jacob Zuma wanted her to play with Eskom's board.

She described a call in which he shouted and screamed at her because Jacob Maroga was being fired from Eskom. She said Zuma instructed her to stop it immediately.

Hogan on Monday claimed former president Jacob Zuma left her out to dry.

She accused Zuma of pressing her to appoint his preferred choice as group CEO at Transnet in 2010.

READ: Hogan implicates Zuma in no holds barred testimony

She said Zuma was hellbent on appointing Siyabonga Gama as Transnet CEO.

Hogan said the board selected an exceptional candidate, but Zuma was hell-bent on someone else.  

She's also accused the ANC of blurring the line between party and state.

The inquiry resumes Hogan on the stand for the third day on Wednesday.