CRACKING THE WHIP: SARS has become stricter on refunds as it cracks down on fraud relating to input claims and fictitious invoices. Picture: TYRONE ARTHUR
CRACKING THE WHIP: SARS has become stricter on refunds as it cracks down on fraud relating to input claims and fictitious invoices. Picture: TYRONE ARTHUR

Former top Sars official Johann van Loggerenberg has launched a legal campaign that could force the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to drop the so-called "rogue unit" case.

Van Loggerenberg, who oversaw the management of the anticorruption unit, wants the court to force the state to consider dropping charges against him and two colleagues, for allegedly spying on the NPA.

He is also asking that an urgent investigation be launched into the three senior prosecutors behind the charges.

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