- Eskom will remain in the spotlight on Wednesday at the commission of inquiry into state capture.
- Zola Tsotsi, former Eskom chairperson, will continue to give testimony.
- On Monday, the power utility's then-CEO Tshediso Matona told the commission no one could tell him why he was suspended.
Former Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi will continue to give evidence before the commission of inquiry into state capture on Wednesday.
He took the stand on Tuesday where he told the commission how ex-SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni recommended the suspension of three executives at the power utility while an investigation was conducted into the financial affairs of the company.
On Wednesday, the commission was also expected to hear evidence of former Eskom board member Venete Klein and former head of legal and compliance Suzanne Daniels.