JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa is taking a tough stance against suspended SARS boss, Tom Moyane.
The revenue services' commissioner gave the president an ultimatum to meet a set of demands by Tuesday or face court action.
Ramaphosa has rejected all the demands.
The presidency maintains that the disciplinary procedure for Moyane is fair and just.
Moyane’s legal team raised concerns about the disciplinary process, which is expected to be conducted in writing.
Moyane was suspended in March over various matters, including the manner in which he handled the Financial Intelligence Centre report that raised red flags about his second-in-charge, Jonas Makwakwa.