WATCH: State capture inquiry day one wrap

People listen to Chairperson Advocate Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo who opens proceedings during the first public hearing on alleged corruption under scandal-tainted former South African president, who was ousted earlier this year, at the Commission of Inquiry, in Johannesburg, on August 20, 2018. 

File: Acting GCIS boss Phumla Williams was on the stand on Monday and spoke about the impact of State Capture on both herself and other government employees. Judge Raymond Zondo is heading up the Inquiry. 



JOHANNESBURG - The hearings of a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, corruption and fraud in the public sector has adjourned for the day. 

Willie Mathebula will be the first person to testify at 10am on Tuesday.

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He was the acting procurement officer at the National Treasury.

Head of the commission Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says the commission has had its share of challenges. 

eNCA anchor Thulasizwe Simelane and eNCA reporter Erin Bates wrap up the first-day proceedings.