Sars inquiry: 'Experts testified about the dire state of Sars'
The Nugent Commission of Inquiry into tax administration and governance at the South African Revenue Services (Sars) continued on Friday.
On Tuesday, Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan testified at the inquiry and said that among the reasons provided for the need for Moyane to restructure Sars, was because it was in a mess.
Speaking to Aubrey Masango on The Afternoon Drive, investigative reporter at Scorpio Pauli van Wyk said the experts that started to testify about the dire state of Sars gave irrefutable evidence.
Of an efficient Sars at first, becoming all the more inefficient as the years go by in the past four years which incidentally coincided with Mr Moyane's tenure.Pauli van Wyk, Investigative Reporter Scorpio
Listen below to the full interview:
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