Zuma no longer sees need to step into Moyane Treasury spat

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President Jacob Zuma with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. (Herman Verwey/City Press)
President Jacob Zuma with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. (Herman Verwey/City Press)

Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma said he no longer sees the need to mediate between the Finance Ministry and the South African Revenue Service (SARS) as new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and SARS commissioner Tom Moyane have a “good working relationship”. 

Zuma was responding to parliamentary questions posed by Democratic Alliance (DA) spokesperson on finance David Maynier and Cope MP Deirdre Carter who asked Zuma which action he has taken at presidential level to resolve the perceived impasse between former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and Moyane. 

READ: Zuma to intervene in Gordhan/Moyane standoff 

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