- President Ramaphosa decided on 1 November to let SARS commissioner Tom Moyane go permanently
- However, Moyane says there are legal processes are in the works and the president should have waited on it to be settled before making his decision
- This comes after Robert Nugent advised the president to make Moyane's suspension permanent
Tom Moyane was dismissed from his post as SARS commissioner and promptly decided to hit back at the president.
Moyane was dismissed on the 1st of November and now accuses President Ramaphosa of violating the constitution.
According to Moyane, legal processes are underway, as reported on by TimesLIVE.
This came after Ramaphosa's office stated that the president took Robert Nugent's advice and fired Moyane.
Moyane was temporarily suspended in March this year after controversies came to light, such as the R50 billion missing from revenue collection in 2017.
Moyane is now waiting on the president's response to his challenge against Nugent's inquiry before he will take matters further.
South Africans had a lot to say about Moyane's dismissal:
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