The state capture inquiry will continue to hear Parliamentary Oversight related evidence this week.
On Thursday, former ANC MP, Makhosi Khoza will be in the hot seat.
The commission will also hear evidence from former Member of the Portfolio Committee on Transport from 2009- 2012, Manny De Freitas and Parliamentary Engagement Manager at the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, Matt Johnston.
Khoza told the commission that she resigned from the party after being persecuted for her anti-graft stance, particularly when she called for the head of then ANC boss Jacob Zuma over multiple corruption allegations.
She placed the entire ANC at the crime scene of the state capture and corruption that beset the government.
Her own experience, she said, along those of other two women who were ANC MPs and who opposed corruption during the Zuma years, was proof enough that corruption was openly encouraged in the ANC ranks, while anything against it was frowned upon.
The other two women, said Khoza, were former parliament Eskom inquiry chairperson Zukiswa Rantho, who now finds herself in the political wilderness after the ANC refused to return her to parliament after the 2019 general elections. The other was Feziwe Loliwe, who died in a car accident in 2018.
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