Mkhwebane, Sars appear in court over tax records
Busisiwe Mkhwebane needs the permission of Sars in order to achieve entry to confidential taxpayer data.
Nevertheless, the Constitutional Court docket will take heed to verbal submissions from Public Protector – Busisiwe Mkhwebane and the South African Income Service.
In March, when Mkhwebane got here earlier than the North Gauteng Excessive court docket regarding taxpayer data, the court docket dominated towards her saying the knowledge is confidential.
Mkhwebane needs to achieve entry to former president Jacob Zuma’s tax information.
That is following her investigations that claimed Zuma was paid from a politically linked businessman,
Apparently, the previous president took to his official twitter account to declare he has no skeleton in his cabinet and would grant the Public Protector entry to his Sars information if she wants it.