Two SARS officials implicated in the Nugent inquiry have agreed to leave the revenue collector with immediate effect.
SARS says it will not proceed with further action against Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane and Luther Lebelo.
Makhekhe-Mokhuane is said to have failed to update the SARS system when she was head of IT.
Lebelo, who was Group Executive for Employment Relations, was allegedly the right-hand man of then Commissioner Tom Moyane.
He used taxpayers’ money during the inquiry, which was not authorised by SARS.
In other news – Strive Masiyiwa is taking the Zim government to court
Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa has turned to the courts in a desperate bid to challenge the government’s latest decision to ban mobile money services, a devastating move that effectively excludes the majority of the population from doing business.
As the country battles cash shortages, more than 10 million EcoCash users, in a population of about 16.5 million, have been using Masiyiwa’s mobile platform for their day-to-day expenses. continue reading
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