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Investors weigh rescue plan

Ramaphosa's advisory panel on land reform Vuyokazi 'Vuyo' Mahlati, member of the National Planning Commission and president of the African Farmers' Association of South Africa (chair of panel) Ruth Hall, researcher and professor at the University of the Western Cape's Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies Professor Abdus Salam Mohammad Karaan, professor in agricultural economics at Stellenbosch University Daniel Kriek, Free State commercial livestock farmer and president of AgriSA, an umbrella group of farming associations Bulelwa Mabasa, attorney with expertise in land restitution and reform Thato Moagi, young emerging farmer (aged 27) and entrepreneur Thandi Ngcobo, chief executive and founder of the Dr J L Dube Institute for Humanitarian and Development Praxis at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, advocate, public speaker and author whose work for the Legal Resources Centre and Johannesburg Bar spans public law, labour law and competition Nick Serfontein, chairman of Sernick Group, which is cooperating with Ramaphosa; 2016 Free State Farmer of the Year and Mentor of the Year Wandile Sihlobo, agricultural economist, head of research at the Agricultural Business Chamber, independent advisor to Afgrain Food Groups Called to account Opposition leader Mmusi Maimane of the Democratic Alliance has requested confirmation from the Zondo Commission into state capture that the following former and serving state officials be called to testify: Lynne Brown, former Energy Minister Jessie Duarte, ANC Deputy Secretary-General Arthur Fraser, former spy chief/Director-General of the State Security Agency, now National Commissioner of Correctional Services Malusi Gigaba, former Finance Minister, now Minister of Home Affairs David 'DD' Mabuza, current Deputy President of the ANC and South Africa David Mahlobo, former State Security Minister Gwede Mantashe, Chairman of the African National Congress Tom Moyane, former head of the South African Revenue Service, the national tax collection agency Cyril Ramaphosa, current ANC President and President of South Africa David Douglas 'Des' van Rooyen, former Minister of Local Government Jacob Zuma, former ANC President and President of the Republic of South Africa Mosebenzi Zwane, former Minister of Mineral Resources ...


This land may be your land

However, the President has made progress with the sacking of obstructionist ministers and officials such as the head of the South African Revenue Services (SARS), Tom Moyane (see Pointer, Moyane spoiling for a fight), and Supra Mahumapelo, former premier of the Northwest province...


Moyane spoiling for a fight

Tom Moyane, the controversial former head of the South African Revenue Service (SARS), is pushing back against his suspension by President Cyril Ramaphosa by employing some of the country's best lawyers and trying to turn an unfair dismissal hearing into a trial which puts Ramaphosa in the dock...


Ramaphosa begins world tour

On 19 March, Ramaphosa suspended Tom Moyane, the Zuma ally and widely criticised head of the South African Revenue Service...


Cyril presses his advantage

Ramaphosa will also need to remove the head of the South African Revenue Service (SARS), Tom Moyane, as well as the Director of Public Prosecutions, Shaun Abrahams, whose main task was to protect Zuma from prosecution (AC Vol 58 No 1, Power struggle goes nuclear)...


Power struggle goes nuclear

Gordhan's battles with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) head, Tom Moyane, and National Prosecuting Authority boss Shaun Abrahams are therefore likely to intensify this year, even though the political motivation is blatant (AC Vol 55 No 23, Hard times for the revenue service)...


Gordhan and Zuma slug it out

While Zuma is paying lip-service to his support for Gordhan, few doubt that he is orchestrating the mounting political pressure on the Finance Minister by giving free rein to two of his most trusted lieutenants in the security sector: the head of SARS, Tom Moyane, and Major General Berning Mthandazo Ntlemeza, a Zuma-loyalist who heads the Hawks...


No-fly zone for legal eagles

Long-time Zuma loyalist Tom Moyane was appointed Director of the SARS in September, after a chequered record as head of Correctional Services and without the customary consent of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene...


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