Suspended Commissioner at the South African Revenue Service (SARS) Tom Moyane is on Friday expected to appear before the SARS inquiry – despite not having been invited to it.
Several former SARS executives have given damning testimony against Moyane during the first three days of the inquiry.
Moyane’s lawyer, Eric Mabuza says his client will use the opportunity to object to the proceedings
Moyane is expected to appear at 9:30 to raise several objections about the unfairness of the inquiry.
He will also raise an objection against one of the members of the panel, namely Professor Michael Chap, who is not only a personal lawyer of President Ramaphosa, but also his business lawyer.
Moyane will argue that Chap is conflicted and should not be sitting as a member of the inquiry.