In another blow that may strengthen efforts to remove public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane from office, another court has denounced one of her reports.

The Pretoria high court’s decision to set aside Mkhwebane’s findings on the so-called rogue unit at the SA Revenue Service (Sars) also brings to an end one of the most notorious episodes of alleged state capture during the Jacob Zuma era, which led to the destruction of a once world-class institution and contributed to the country being saddled with a VAT increase...

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