Former ANC member of parliament Vytjie Mentor will appear as former vice-minister of Finance Mcebisi in the investigation, chaired by deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo, as the first two witnesses.
FILE: Former ANC member of parliament Vytjie Mentor. Image: Cindy Archillies / EWN
JOHANNESBURG – Former National Congress of the African Congress (ANC), Vytjie Mentor, will testify on Monday 27 August at the Committee of Inquiry into State interference.
Mentor, who was a fierce critic of her party and her late leadership, once revealed on social media how ex-minister of finance Mcebisi Jonas R600,000 kickback was offered by the Gupta family in their home in Saxonwold, a process that became personal facilitated by former President Jacob Zuma.
Mentor appears together with Jonas in the investigation, chaired by deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo, as the first two witnesses.
She recorded her Facebook on Sunday to encourage the audience to watch the research on television.
"It is important for all of us that South Africans view / follow the committee from the start, so please look from tomorrow," she said.