Deputy Justice Raymond Zondo has stated he will be engaged with law enforcement who could be arresting people who need to testify in the state-capture inquiry.
JOHANNESBURG - Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo wants his inquiry's legal team to meet law enforcement agencies as he is concerned about them arresting and charging witnesses and potential witnesses.
Earlier this month, five men -- including three witnesses -- appeared in the Commercial Crimes Court.
Angelo Agrizzi, Andries van Tonder and Frans Vorster had previously testified on Bosasa.
Meanwhile, Zondo may force some witnesses to testify on Eskom at the state capture inquiry.
Talks over the last two days suggest he could invoke rule 10.
It empowers Zondo to instruct implicated persons to present their version of events.
Zondo has received several reports and statements on alleged fraud and corruption at Eskom.
On Friday, Eskom's board chair Jabu Mabuza takes to the stand.