What can R142 billion buy? It’s what Tom Moyane is accused of costing us all

FILE: Tom Moyane. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN

Tom Moyane cost Sars a minimum of R142-billion in uncollected tax, or tax that was manipulated into looking like revenue income.

The R142 billion is only what can be directly quantified.

So said former Sars Chief Operations Officer Barry Hore when he took the stand to testify before the Nugent Commission of Inquiry into SARS.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed EWN's Qaanitah Hunter.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

…It was fascinating to see the reign of terror…

Qaanitah Hunter, EWN

…it was the best bonus she ever had! And she did no work!

Qaanitah Hunter, EWN

…he was given a title; he says he doesn’t even know what it means!

Qaanitah Hunter, EWN

…This has cost South Africa an amount you can’t quantify… the economy is losing hundreds of millions of rands…

Qaanitah Hunter, EWN

Moyane is not prepared to answer any questions… He believes there is a conflict of interest… he raised a similar concern in his personal disciplinary…

Qaanitah Hunter, EWN

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