Interviews for the role of SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner are set to take place on Saturday, with current and former officials making the cut from the many applications received. According to speculation from inside Sars, those to be interviewed include acting Sars commissioner Mark Kingon, current executive committee members Hlengani Mathebula and Randall Carolissen, former head of enforcement Gene Ravele and former Sars executives Nathaniel Mabetwa and Edward Kieswetter, the latter of whom was the CEO of Alexander Forbes. The list also includes former auditor-general Terence Nombembe. Kingon, Mathebula and Carolissen all served on the executive committee of controversial axed Sars commissioner Tom Moyane, who is still fighting a court battle to get his job back. Ravele was among those purged by Moyane in the early period of his ruinous four-year tenure at Sars. Mathebula had told the SARS commission of inquiry, chaired by retired judge Robert Nugent, that he was forced by ...

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