Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, will today learn his fate in his application against Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
He wants to stop the implementation of her remedial action into the so-called SARS rogue unit.
Gordhan also wants the damning report reviewed and set aside.
Mkhwebane found the minister broke the law when he established the intelligence unit at the revenue service.
She’s directed President Cyril Ramaphosa to take disciplinary action against Gordhan.
Judgment will be handed down in the North Gauteng High Court this Monday morning.
You might also like…Malema flip-flops on Deputy President David Mabuza
EFF leader Julius Malema on Saturday made a dramatic U-turn in his stance on Deputy President David Mabuza. Barely a month after praising Mabuza for being “clean”, Malema, addressing thousands of EFF supporters at the party’s sixth-anniversary celebrations at KaNyamazane Stadium in Mpumalanga, accused Mabuza of being “rotten” and running Mpumalanga like his personal fiefdom.
Malema charged that corruption, nepotism and improper cadre deployment were rife in Mpumalanga owing to Mabuza. The EFF leader went as far as describing Mpumalanga as “the most corrupt province in South Africa”…Read more here