Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said that the establishment of the SARS rogue unit was above board
Monday has been nothing short of a chaotic exercise at the State Capture Inquiry, peaking as Pravin Gordhan was accused of ‘racially abusing’ Tom Moyane.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan was expected to appear before the State Capture Commission of Inquiry but he has asked for the matter to be postponed to 31 August 2020
Did Moyane walk into Gordhan’s trap by winning his application on Monday The Minister announced that he will submit a motion to cross-examine the axed Sars commissioner at the State Capture Inquiry.
A momentous victory for Moyane who’s hell-bent on clearing his name from the state capture project.
It could be a belting showdown at the State Capture Inquiry on Wednesday, as Tom Moyane returns to face the Commission with tea to spill on Pravin Gordhan.
Moyane is ready to testify in court should a court subpoena him, his lawyer confirms.
Twitter is no place for the faint-hearted, especially if you’re known for cocking-up SARS: But Tom Moyane has jumped in at the deep end on Tuesday.
The battle of the former Sars heavyweights is well underway at the moment.
The stakes have shot-up at the state capture inquiry, as Tom Moyane outlines his case against Pravin Gordhan – which includes allegations of treason.
This could be a match made in, well, we’ll let you decide. Pravin Gordhan reckons the EFF are in cahoots with Tom Moyane, teaming up in a state capture ploy.
The end of the road for Moyane.
Anyone else stuck with Deja Vu? Tom Moyane is appealing his dismissal yet again with the courts. We explain how the ex-SARS chief is getting away with it.
Put simply, the SARS IT “expert” Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane is a lot better at lining her pockets than she is at giving live interviews.
A welcomed announcement.
Suspended in March. Fired in October. Told to sling his hook by December. But who will officially replace Tom Moyane as SARS Commissioner?
There you have it then…
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That’s it. Tom Moyane has reached the end of the road with his attempts to remain at the helm of SARS. It completes a rapid fall from grace.
The gruesome twosome are arguing that Tom Moyane should not have been fired, based on the findings of the Nugent Inquiry.
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