The software company says its South African operations paid "commissions" to Gupta-linked companies for contracts with SOEs.
The Chinese ambassador reportedly met the Guptas, as a dodgy Transnet tender with a Chinese company was negotiated.
Molefe left at the end of 2016 with an after-tax pension cash pay-out of R7.9 million, and a regular monthly pension of R111,000 a month.
The much-anticipated probe takes place against the backdrop of former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s 'State of Capture' report.
Parliament will on Tuesday launch its inquiry into the capture of Eskom, Transnet and Denel. It just could be Pravin Gordhan's moment.
Bonang Mohale says KPMG let South Africa and the auditing profession down.
"When you are wrong, there is no need to fight back when you know how much you need to be punished".
"Corrupt behaviour and colossal failures... left BLSA with no choice but to suspend their memberships from the organisation".
A whistleblower says the Gupta-linked firm gave access to government officials to international consultancy firms for a fee.
Why is it in the public interest to syphon billions of limited rands to save this train wreck that is SAA?