New SARS Commissioner appointed

By Drum Digital
23 September 2014

President Jacob Zuma has announced his appointment of Thomas Swahibi Moyane as the Commissioner of the South African Revenue Services (SARS).

His term will begin on September 27.

Moyane brings with him over 30 years of experience as a senior executive in a number of government and private sector institutions.

He most recently worked as an advisor on turnaround and security strategies at the State Information Technology Agency (SITA). He also has experience as National Commissioner at the department of correctional services and was managing director of Engen Mozambique.

The Commissioner holds a BSc in Economics, a diploma in consulting and a host of certificates from the prestigious London School of Economics and GIBS.

President Zuma has wished Moyane well in his new role and in “steering SARS to the future”.

“I thank the President and the Minister of Finance, Mr Nhlanhla Nene for the confidence they have bestowed upon me. I look forward to working with the successful team at SARS to assist to take forward all priority development programmes and policies,” Moyane said.

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