Suspended South African Revenue Service (SARS) commissioner Tom Moyane is kicking up dust before facing highly damaging charges against him outlined in the notice of disciplinary inquiry he has received from President Cyril Ramaphosa. SARS was among the first state institutions in which the state-capture project became evident, with Moyane at its centre. Where it all but began has to be a key part of where it ends. Ramaphosa cannot afford to lose the battle against Moyane as state-capture beneficiaries still fighting off orange overalls could draw strength from it. As much as the boards of Eskom, Transnet, Denel and the Passenger Rail Agency of SA have been changed and the arduous process of restoring good governance begun, the beneficiaries of ill-gotten gains have yet to be brought to book. Moyane is facing damning charges linked to his handling of the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) report on suspicious and unusual transactions in the bank account of his second-in-charge, Jon...

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