The State Capture Commission of inquiry will continue to hear testimony of Roberto Gonsalves of the China North Rail consortium when proceedings resume on Friday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg.
Gonsalves was part of the China North Rail consortium after Transnet awarded the company the tender for 232 locomotives.
The commission is also expected to hear the testimony of Chief Information Officer of Transnet Port Terminal, Sharla Chetty.
On Thursday, Gonsalves said that when Transnet asked for the relocation of the locomotives manufacturing plant from Pretoria to Durban costs ballooned from R9.7 million to R647 million.
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