Busisiwe Mkhwebane's credibility and conduct was once again called into question during a court application to have her report on the so-called rogue unit at the SA Revenue Service (Sars), which allegedly spied on politicians, set aside.

On Thursday, the high court in Pretoria heard arguments in the application brought by public enterprise minister Pravin Gordhan, after Mkhwebane found that he had violated the constitution when he set up the unit at Sars...

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