On Tuesday, former Minister of Finance, Des van Rooyen will give evidence at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry about ministerial appointments.
Van Rooyen is also set to cross-examine Lungisa Fuzile, the former director of National Treasury.
Van Rooyen was Minister of Finance during a brief period in December 2015. He was replaced by Pravin Gordhan after there was suspicion about his appointment by Jacob Zuma and the Rand made a nose-dive.
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