The Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will hear today how the Gupta family landed at Waterkloof Air Force Base for their Sun City wedding.
Ex-transport minister, Ben Martins, and Chief of Air Navigation Services, Hennie Marais, will be giving testimony today.
Marais is expected to give evidence over the Gupta family's landing on an Air Force Base to ferry guests headed to Vega Gupta's wedding.
The commission's legal team is in the process of identifying other witnesses to call before them over the next few weeks.
The Gupta family released a statement in 2013, claiming that the controversial landing had been carried out with the full permission of the authorities.
This statement had implied that foreign dignitaries and ministers were among the guests who landed at the base.
However, a report released in the same year denied that ex-president Jacob Zuma and his ministers had not been involved in the incident, reports eNCA.
The State Capture Inquiry is investigating the family's rise to the top ranks of South Africa's financial and political spheres.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the family had been slapped with fines after 30 tons worth of waste was removed from a sensitive environment after yet another wedding.
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