The state capture inquiry continued its focus on the 2013 landing of a private jet at Waterkloof Air Force Base.
The first day of evidence was short-lived. Former transport minister Ben Martins testified for about an hour.
Then came Hennie Marais, chief of Air Traffic Navigation Services.
Both spoke of how a private jet with Gupta weddings guests did not have a foreign operator permit.
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