The state capture inquiry continues on Friday. There are no witnesses expected to testify. However, arguments will continue following Thursday’s inquiry.
Evidence leader at the State Capture Inquiry, Kate Hofmeyr, wants Gupta Leaks data admitted as evidence at the commission.
Judge Raymond Zondo is set to make a ruling on whether these should be admitted as evidence.
The commission’s legal team flagged the authenticity of the e-mails as the Guptas had claimed they were fake.
Zondo said he is concerned that some of the information on the drives might not be relevant.
“With regards to everything else that has been analysed, at least its relevance may be clear and the evidence that has not been analysed, some of it is probably relevant and some of it may not be relevant.”
Zondo then questioned how the evidence that has not been analysed will help anybody if he orders the information to be admitted.
The commission is set to resume on Friday morning.