Good working relationship between National Treasury & SARS

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Finance Minister, Mr Malusi Gigaba, Deputy Finance Minister, Mr Sifiso Buthelezi, South African Revenue Service Commissioner, Mr Tom Moyane and National Treasury Director-General, Mr Lungisa Fuzile during the announcement of Preliminary Outcome of Revenue Collections for 2016/2017 financial year. For the second year in a row, SARS broke the Trillion Rand mark collecting, in gross terms, R1.367 trillion. The preliminary outcome for the 2016/17 financial year, net of refunds of R222.4 billion, is therefore R1.144 trillion.
Finance Minister, Mr Malusi Gigaba, Deputy Finance Minister, Mr Sifiso Buthelezi, South African Revenue Service Commissioner, Mr Tom Moyane and National Treasury Director-General, Mr Lungisa Fuzile

President Jacob Zuma says the new Minister of Finance, Mr Malusi Gigaba and the Commissioner of the South African Revenue Services, Mr Tom Moyane, have a good working relationship.

“Mr Pravin J Gordhan is no longer the Minister of Finance.” said President Zuma

He said in reply to Parliamentary Questions posted to him by Ms D Carter from Congress of the people (Cope) and Mr D J Maynier from the Democratic Alliance (DA) about the relationship between the finance minister and SARS Commissioner, Mr Tom Moyane.

According to the president the office of National Treasury and that of the Revenue Services are now in good terms following the sacking of the finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas in the recent cabinet reshuffle

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