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Sars plan for illicit tobacco still being refined

Meanwhile, billions of illegal cigarettes are flooding the informal markets as lockdown regulations are lifted at last

Kieswetter moves to oust Moyane loyalists

While work to clean up Sars continues apace, there remains much to be done

Sars acts against Moyane loyalists

Key players in axed commissioners leadership structure at Sars suspended

Sars issues tender to prevent illicit cigarette trade

The tax agency has been working to beef up its fight against the illicit cigarette trade

Moyane is fast running out of options

While at the helm of Sars, Moyane evaded accountability

‘Rogue unit’ case keeps dragging on

Both parties are blaming each other for delays that are holding up the high court case

Moyane denied leave to cross-examine Gordhan

The minister accused the erstwhile tax boss of attempting to revive Sars 'rogue unit' allegations

Moyane denied an opportunity to grill Gordhan

The former tax commissioner failed to dispute key allegations made against him by the minister, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said

Kgamanyane wasted no time restructuring Ipid in McBride’s absence

Israel Kgamanyane allegedly transferred, suspended or dismissed at least eight Ipid officials during his 18-month stint as the acting head of Ipid

Kieswetter appointed as new Sars boss

Edward Kieswetter’s appointment comes amidst intense political wrangling over control of the tax agency

Moyane takes his fight with Gordhan to Zondo inquiry

At the centre of the row are the damning findings of the Nugent commission

Moyane’s cross-examination bid an attempt to review Nugent inquiry

On Wednesday, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo reserved his decision to grant the former Sars boss leave to cross-examine Minister Pravin Gordhan

Moyane bid to grill Gordhan to be heard at Zondo commission

Gordhan will reportedly oppose the application to cross-examine him on the grounds that he believes Moyane is being used as part of an EFF campaign

New Sars boss to call in Tax Inspectors Without Borders?

The tax authorities in many countries in Africa, including South Africa, have capacity problems

ConCourt slams Moyane’s latest bid to have dismissal overturned

Axed Sars commissioner Tom Moyane’s application for leave to appeal his sacking has been shut down by the highest court in the land — again

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