Zondo to rule on Duduzane Zuma's bid to cross-examine state capture witnesses
On Monday, Zuma made an about-turn after submitting a letter through his lawyers, saying he is now prepared to also give evidence.
The hearings reconvene on Thursday after a postponement on Wednesday.
Zondo will finally decide whether Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas will be given the opportunity to cross-examine witnesses who have implicated them during the first few weeks of the state capture inquiry.
On Monday, Zuma made an about-turn after submitting a letter through his lawyers, saying he is now prepared to give evidence.
Initially, he said that he wouldn't testify at the commission as he was facing criminal charges on the same matter.
Now that he is willing to testify, it may put him in a better position to be granted permission to cross-examine witness.
Ajay Gupta says he's also willing to give evidence but not on South African soil.
(Edited by Leeto M Khoza)