Both the Guptas and Duduzane Zuma will not be appearing before Parliament’s Eskom inquiry on Tuesday.
Former South African Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni also continues to dodge her turn in the hot seat, saying she’s too sick to attend.
They are among the last of the witnesses the Public Enterprises’ committee wants to hear from before it wraps up its probe into Eskom.
Many think Parliament’s Public Enterprises’ committee were a little too hopeful in expecting the controversial Gupta brothers to appear before it.
Despite a promise to appear by their lawyers late last year, that they would, chairperson of the inquiry Zukiswa Rantho says the reason offered for the backtrack, is that they are not in the country.
Zuma has also indicated through his lawyer that he will also not be appearing on Tuesday.
“The committee will deliberate on all letters from Myeni, the Guptas’ lawyers and the one from Duduzane and then make a decision on how we go forward,” Rantho said.