Was there really a purge at Sars? The truth is about to be revealed
Nehawu wants the review of disciplinary hearings to go back even further than 2014, the set cutoff date
A review of past disciplinary cases at the SA Revenue Services (Sars) could reveal if those who dared to question corruption were purged, according to union officials.
Trade union Nehawu even wants the review of the disciplinary hearings to go back way further than 2014, the cutoff date announced by Sars commissioner Edward Kieswetter.
“The review process will really tell if some of those disciplinary hearings were legitimate or if it was pure purging of people who were seen to be not toeing the line,” Tahir Maepa, of the Public Servants Association (PSA), told Times Select on Friday...