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SARSBusinessLive reports that the SA Revenue Service (Sars) will not proceed with disciplinary action against two senior executives after they quit the tax agency.  

On Wednesday, Sars announced that group executive of employee relations Luther Lebelo and IT executive Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane had agreed, after interactions between their lawyers and Sars, to end their employment contracts with the revenue service.  Both had been suspended over allegations of serious misconduct.  This means neither of the two will have to answer questions as to what they knew about the decimation of Sars under former commissioner Tom Moyane, or their role in it.  Senior executive Hlengani Mathebula also quit last month, thus avoiding going through a disciplinary process, as new commissioner Edward Kieswetter continued a clean-up campaign, started by previous acting Sars boss Mark Kingon.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Genevieve Quintal at BusinessLive


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