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The commission of inquiry into tax administration and governance at Sars has recommended, among others, that Tom Moyane be immediately removed as SA Revenue Service commissioner to help arrest the decline of revenue collector. In late September, retired judge Robert Nugent submitted an interim report to President Cyril Ramaphosa, which contains explosive findings and recommendations. MR PRESIDENT Herewith the first Interim Report of the Commission of Inquiry. Judge R NugentCommissionerDate: 27 September 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY [1] The Commission has made considerable progress towards addressing its terms of reference and is confident that it will be capable of reporting substantively in the assigned time. However, the Commission has been perturbed by evidence it has heard of the current position at SARS, which is set to perpetuate ongoing loss of revenue if there is no immediate intervention. [2] What is clear to the Commission is that SARS reeks of intrigue, fear,distrust and suspic...

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