MUST READ: The scathing letter Ramaphosa wrote to suspended Sars boss Tom Moyane

President Cyril Ramaphosa says he suspended commissioner Tom Moyane from Sars for the sake of the country and economy.

Ramaphosa wrote to Moyane saying, "I have lost confidence in your ability to lead Sars".

He says Moyane's leadership has eroded public confidence and cites various developments which have compromised the institution.

Read the full letter:

Ramaphosa Letter to Moyane by Primedia Broadcasting on Scribd


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : MUST READ: The scathing letter Ramaphosa wrote to suspended Sars boss Tom Moyane


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Listeners weigh in on Life Esidimeni and suspended Sars boss Tom Moyane

Listeners weigh in on Life Esidimeni and suspended Sars boss Tom Moyane

Callers share their views on the Eusebius McKaiser Show.

Political Desk: Mark Kingon named acting Sars boss following Moyane suspension

Political Desk: Mark Kingon named acting Sars boss following Moyane suspension

Political analyst professor Lesiba Teffo shares his views on the suspension of Sars commissioner Tom Moyane.

Public finances 'compromised' under Moyane

Public finances 'compromised' under Moyane

Moyane was suspended on Monday after refusing a request by President Cyril Ramaphosa to step down.

Sars Lawyer: Tom Moyane did not break the law

Sars Lawyer: Tom Moyane did not break the law

Sars legal specialist Erick Smith says R70 M in VAT refunds to the Guptas was all above board and 'they were given no favour'.

[WATCH] 'Tom Moyane is a liar' - Kieno Kammies

[WATCH] 'Tom Moyane is a liar' - Kieno Kammies

CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies expresses outrage at the Sars commissioner allegedly paying millions in VAT refunds to the Guptas.

Fresh claims Tom Moyane fast-tracked fake R70m VAT payments to Gutpas

Fresh claims Tom Moyane fast-tracked fake R70m VAT payments to Gutpas

The Daily Maverick's Scorpio unit says more than R70-million was paid through third party payments for the benefit of Oakbay.

'Makwakwa is not going to get away with this, same goes for Moyane'

'Makwakwa is not going to get away with this, same goes for Moyane'

Corruption Watch says it will continue to push for the prosecutions of top Sars tax official Jonas Makwakwa and commissioner Tom Moyane.

Popular articles
Dis-Chem drives ad expert to 'Steve Hofmeyr-like assaults' on his decoder

Dis-Chem drives ad expert to 'Steve Hofmeyr-like assaults' on his decoder

"It’s been said you can’t bore people into buying your brand. Someone should’ve pointed this out to Dis-Chem," says Andy Rice.

Bone-dry Makhanda (Grahamstown) is falling apart

Bone-dry Makhanda (Grahamstown) is falling apart

What is going on in bone-dry Makhanda (Grahamstown)? Bruce Whitfield interviews Jacko Maree (St Andrew's College).

Brilliant graduate gets 50% scholarship to study in France. Can you help?

Brilliant graduate gets 50% scholarship to study in France. Can you help?

Paris-Sorbonne University accepted Khumo Mampuru into its master’s in quantitative economics course, but he’s €12 000 short.

'BEE has closed many avenues for skilled people'

'BEE has closed many avenues for skilled people'

Africa Melane speaks to EOSA's Johannes Wessels about why so many highly skilled South Africans are taking their talents overseas.

Zuma's legal strategy is poor, says Eusebius

Zuma's legal strategy is poor, says Eusebius

Eusebius McKaiser and callers discuss the former president's stay of prosecution application.

'Public Protector is protector of something, but not protector of the public'

'Public Protector is protector of something, but not protector of the public'

Scorpio investigative journalist Pauli van Wyk and independent legal consultant Phephelaphi Dube analyse the events.

Standard Bank takes on Capitec Bank with low-fee account, gigabytes of free data

Standard Bank takes on Capitec Bank with low-fee account, gigabytes of free data

The account costs R4.95 per month; you get 1GB of free data. Swipe 4 times a month; you get 0.5GB of free data and R50 airtime.

'You can easily get a 15% total return from a share like MultiChoice'

'You can easily get a 15% total return from a share like MultiChoice'

Is there an investment case for MultiChoice? Arabile Gumede interviews Jacques Plaut, a Portfolio Manager at Allan Gray.