Two SARS officials agree to step down


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.

Strive Masiyiwa

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

Source: eNCA

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