The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism has reported that former Steinhoff chairman Christo Wiese is involved in a multibillion rand tax avoidance scheme related to ENS Africa and a restructuring process it concluded for multinational oil company Tullow Oil. Wiese disputes the amaBhungane report but the South African Revenue Service is still going after him, a former ENS executive, and two other individuals personally for R217m. Wiese spoke to Business Day TV to give his side of the story.


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