President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to continue to give Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) related evidence when he returns to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
Thursday will be Ramaphosa’s second consecutive appearance at the commission.
He is also expected to be the commission’s last witness before it starts to compile its findings.
On Wednesday, Ramaphosa gave more damming evidence of what he discovered during his role as deputy president and head of the Eskom war room.
Ramaphosa’s Wednesday testimony:
He also denied former Prasa board chairperson Popo Molefe’s allegation that the ANC top six failed to act on corruption at the state-owned freight and rail entity.
“It is highly improbable, highly inconceivable that we could have left Popo Molefe out to dry, so that the board can collapse. To me that never happened and it would have meant that we have a herd mentality all of us. Let us let Popo Molefe out to dry and let him sink. It could never had happened, never,” added the President.
Below is Thursday’s proceedings: