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Sars to get new taxman ‘in next few weeks’

A panel of experts appointed by the finance minister is looking for Tom Moyane’s replacement

Zuma expressed ‘extraordinary interest’ in Sars boss — Gordhan

Pravin Gordhan tells Zondo commission former president Jacob Zuma prolonged the appointment of a new Sars commissioner until after the May 2014 polls

Parly to probe Shivambu over alleged undisclosed VBS payments

A committee will look into allegations the EFF chief whip received payments from VBS which he failed to declare in Parliament

Experts queasy over SOE bank Bill

The treasury’s proposed changes paving the way for SOE banks come with strict conditions, but analysts point to already troubled institutions

Sars shortfall to blame for VAT hike – Treasury

Treasury would not have needed to increase value added tax if not for the revenue shortfall at Sars says deputy director general at treasury

Malema: Some black journalists are ‘house n#[email protected]*rs’

The EFF leader told the crowd not to be apologetic when fighting for Africans, because they were the most oppressed

Panicky EFF sinks into gutter of racism

Moves to right the state capture ship have taken the wind out of its sails, so it wreaks havoc elsewhere

Minority rights group takes on Malema – again

The EFF president has received reproval from a minority rights group for his comments claiming the majority of Indians are racist

Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter

EFF's Floyd Shivambu has faced multiple rebukes for remarks he made about the Treasury's deputy director-general during a committee meeting

Editorial: We need to talk about the EFF’s wild claims

'When Shivambu attacked Momoniat, he invited scrutiny of not just his own knowledge of the way Parliament works but also of the EFF’s ideologies'

Floyd Shivambu demands apology

The EFF deputy president has said there was nothing wrong with critiquing the undermining of African leadership

LISTEN: What exactly did Shivambu say about Momoniat?

Racist? Vitriolic? Decide for yourself

Treasury: EFF doesn’t grasp how parliament works

The ​National Treasury has accused the Economic Freedom Fighters of displaying a 'gross misunderstanding of parliamentary processes'

Parly finance committee condemns Shivambu over Momoniat outburst

ANC MP Yunus Carrim released a statement on behalf of the committee following public scrutiny and debate over Shivambu’s comments,

EFF backs Shivambu following attack on treasury official

The Public Sector Network has questioned Shivambu's attack on treasury's deputy director general Ismail Momoniat on the basis that he is "not African"

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