The commission of inquiry into state capture, which is scheduled to resume on Monday, will be the major highlight of the week. Eskom board chair Jabu Mabuza is expected to continue with his testimony. Last week he told the commission that when he took over as chair in January 2018, he found that the embattled power utility was the “main theatre” for corruption and state capture. Suspended deputy National Prosecuting Authority boss Nomgcobo Jiba is scheduled to be cross-examined on Monday at the Mokgoro inquiry, which is looking into her fitness to hold office. Meanwhile, Cosatu will convene a three-day central executive committee meeting from Monday to Wednesday to discuss organisational, political and socioeconomic issues affecting the workers and the working class in general. Justice minister Michael Masutha will brief the media On monday on the Bosasa contracts and other irregular deals in his department. This follows revelations at the state capture inquiry implicating officials...

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