- Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane, SARS IT chief apologised for her recent conduct
- She conceded that her behaviour wasn't professional and made her look very bad
- Mmamathe apologised to anyone she offended and disappointed
SARS' IT chief officer Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane and her behaviour during an interview and her appearance before the Nugent Commission have been the talk of the town lately.
Mmamathe has since apologised for her conduct. She said she thought about what had happened and realised she was unprofessional.
My conduct, posture, and demeanour during both the Morning Live interview and Nugent Commission may have given an impression of arrogance, nonchalance, and unprofessionalism, and brought my competence and expertise into question.
Mmamathe added that she took responsibility for it all. She went on to apologise to anyone she offended and disappointed.
IOL News reports that Mmamathe also said there is no justification or excuse for how she behaved.
I apologise unreservedly for letting so many people down and for appearing to have fallen short of the highest standards of professionalism and competence that my colleagues and peers have come to know me.
Briefly.co.za reported on how SARS made the strategic decision to task Mmamathe with clarifying the current state of affairs and allay concerns. Sadly, it seems a decision that has backfired dramatically based on the interview conducted.
The interview left people confused and frustrated.
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