Bain & Company, the US-based consultancy that was subject to a scathing report from the Nugent commission into the destruction of the SA Revenue Service (Sars), could face being forced to appear in front of another inquiry to account for its actions.

After the company spent a lengthy period at the Zondo commission into state capture saying it wants to have its version of events published on its website, inquiry chair deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, asked whether it was willing to answer questions over its role in the capture and destruction of Sars...

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