Former SARS trio back in court

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JOHANNESBURG - The case against former South African Revenue Services (SARS) officials Ivan Pillay, Johann van Loggerenberg and Andries Janse van Rensburg, resumes in the North Gauteng High Court. 

The trio made their first appearance in April.

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The three former SARS officials are accused of being corrupt and of having intercepted National Prosecution Authority communication. 

It is alleged they spied on the team handling the case against disgraced former National Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi in 2007.