Suspended South African Revenue Service Head Returns to Work
The South African Revenue Service has announced that Jonas Makwakwa, who was suspended by Commissioner Tom Moyane over allegations of "suspicious and unusual" cash deposits worth U.S.$92,000 (R1.3-million) paid into personal bank accounts between 2010 and 2016, will return to work.
Daily Maverick, 31 October 2017
There was nothing to see here - not when SARS head Tom Moyane attempted to smother a damning report by the Financial Intelligence Centre flagging mysterious payments to Chief… Read more »
SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane, right, and Chief Officer Jonas Makwakwa, centre, with his girlfriend, Kelly-Ann Elskie (file photo).
South Africa: Revenue Services On Jonas Makwakwa's Return to SARS
Govt of SA, 31 October 2017
SARS wishes to announce that after approximately a year in suspension, Chief Officer: Business & Individual Tax (BAIT), Mr Jonas Makwakwa, will return to the organisation with… Read more »
South Africa: Makwakwa's Alleged Return to SARS Must Be Explained
DA, 30 October 2017
The DA has been reliably informed that Mr Jonas Makwakwa, who has been on special leave pending the outcome of an investigation into how large amounts of money ended up in his bank… Read more »
Daily Maverick, 27 September 2017
More than a year ago, on 15 September 2016, SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane finally suspended Jonas Makwakwa, his then second-in-command, after the Financial Intelligence Centre had… Read more »
News24Wire, 11 September 2017
The legal team for former SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay believes suspended chief operating officer Jonas Makwakwa has been evasive in his testimony at the CCMA, and they plan to… Read more »
The Hawks police unit has denied investigating "suspicious and unusual payments" made into SARS chief business officer Jonas Makwakwa's accounts. Read more »