Sparks are set to fly as the Eskom board returns to the hot seat in Parliament on Wednesday where an inquiry into state capture resumes.
- Editor’s note: This live event has ended. You may watch a recording above.
CAPE TOWN - Ajay Gupta angered MPs at the Eskom inquiry in Parliament.
He&39;s sent them a letter asking for a chance to testify, but stating how and when it should happen.
He also told MPs to be very cautious.
Meanwhile, Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises Ben Martins will be subpoenaed to appear before the inquiry.
Martins declined an invitation to testify, saying “it’s not necessary.”
On Tuesday, suspended Eskom CFO Anoj Singh ruffled feathers and was sent packing after he submitted requested documents the night before his appearance.
He was accused by MPs of being disrespectful and purposefully employing delaying tactics.
MPs complained they weren&39;t given enough time to peruse the 400-page package.
His appearance before the inquiry has been postponed until next year.