Suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane.

A telephone call reveals that suspended SARS boss Tom Moyane has instructed an employee of the service to fake illness to avoid speaking to KPMG investigators.

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"Let's deal with the KPMG thing."

- An audio recording purports to show suspended SARS boss Tom Moyane telling a SARS official to fake illness to avoid speaking to investigators with auditing firm KPMG.