President Cyril Ramaphosa had no other choice than the boss of Tom Moyane SA Revenue Service (Sars), Finance Minister Finance.
In a statement, the Multiple Committee welcomed Moyane's prey.
"We feel that the president has no choice but to release Moyane, as he received a nearly unanimous opinion in the Nugent Committee that he mismanaged the Sars, the current revenue loss and the decisive and final proposal of the committee," he said. Chairman of the Committee, Yunus Carrim.
"We have found in our own experiences that Mr. Moyane's allegations of his colleagues against Jonas Makwakwa and Kerry-Ann Elskie have many contradictions and many circumventions that have snooped the Sars very badly." Sars could not respond precisely to our concern about our case. "
According to the committee, Ramaphos the replacement of Moyane as "as reasonably possible" as possible.
Ramaphos gave the timetable to Moyane on Thursday, saying immediate action is needed to prevent further deterioration in the country's tax administration system.
Nugent said in an interim Nugent report published on October 16 that Moyane did not intend to deploy the committee to face the evidence or his conduct.
– African News Agency (ANA)
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